More than 94% of WA state employees complied with vaccine mandate, officials say

More than 94% of state employees complied with Washington's vaccine mandate, according to officials.

Data from the state's Office of Financial Management (OFM) shows that, out of 62,591 state employees, 56,866—or almost 91%—provided proof of vaccination. Another 1,999 employees were allowed an accommodation, putting the percentage of compliance at more than 94%.

Office of Financial Management

Based on this data, OFM reports 1,785 employees, or 2.9%, have lost their jobs.

The remaining 1,941, or 3.1%, of employees are pending action, meaning they are waiting on accommodations, vaccinations, retirement or are in the process of being terminated from their job.

You can read the full report on the OFM website.

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