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NYPD Watchdog Workers Say Fired for Misconduct Concerns (1)

New York City allegedly fired four director-level employees from its Civilian Complaint Review Board because they raised concerns over the handling of police misconduct complaints, access to body-camera footage, and other police oversight failures in the wake of racial justice protests, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court in Manhattan.

Why Delaying the Second Covid Vaccine Shot Is Messy: QuickTake

As hospitalizations and deaths from Covid-19 rise, governments are grappling with whether to prioritize getting a first shot of vaccine into as many arms as possible, or to take a slower approach that reserves some of the limited supply to deliver a second dose at the optimal interval to attain maximum protection. Some governments seem willing to accept the trade-off of lower immunity to inoculate more people. Some scientists have cautioned that untested timing regimens have the potential to undermine confidence in vaccines and, even worse, facilitate the emergence of dangerous new variants.

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Covid-19 Vaccine: Can Your Employer Make You Take It?

As the Covid-19 vaccines roll out, first to frontline workers and the elderly, then to the general public, employers are making plans to return to their offices. How quickly they succeed will likely depend on how many of their employees get vaccinated.

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