Vaccine mandates are beginning a march across the U.S., constricting the places that people who have shunned the shots can work, shop and play. In total, 19 states, plus the nation’s capital and Puerto Rico, are already requiring at least some public sector workers to be vaccinated or undergo regular testing. Most are controlled by Democratic governors; The states whose leaders don’t require shots for public employees include the nation’s lowest vaccination rates.
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