As of December 27, workers in New York City who perform in-person work or interact with the public in the course of business must show proof they have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. Workers will then have 45 days to show proof of their second dose (for Pfizer or Moderna vaccines).
Businesses may not allow any unvaccinated workers to come to their workplace. A workplace is considered any location — including a vehicle — where you work in the presence of at least one other person.
You can show you have received the COVID-19 vaccine with the same proofs of vaccination that are accepted for Key to NYC.
Businesses must verify each worker’s proof of vaccination. There are three options for how businesses can meet this requirement:
Non-employee workers, such as contractors, must provide vaccination proof to their employers. Businesses may request that a contractor’s employer confirm proof of vaccination. Businesses must then keep a log of these requests and the confirmations they receive.
Businesses must have completed the below certificate affirming they are in compliance with this requirement and post it in a public place.
Businesses should be prepared to make their records available for inspection, consistent with applicable law.
Small businesses that would like help with this requirement can call the NYC Department of Small Business Services hotline at 888-SBS-4NYC (888-727-4692).
To review vaccine requirements already in place that also may impact your business or employees, visit COVID-19 Commissioner Orders and Advisories.
This private sector workplace requirement does not apply to the following:
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