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“Getting vaccinated remains one of the most important ways we can protect each other and our community. That is why we have made COVID-19 vaccines mandatory for all TTC employees, contractors and students by October 30, 2021.
“Today, the TTC released our new mandatory vaccination policy.
“As I said when I announced this initiative a few weeks ago, this is a necessary measure to protect the health of our employees. From the start of the pandemic, the TTC has been a leader in safety to help stop the spread of COVID-19, and we will continue to do everything we can to keep our community safe.
“Thank you for your ongoing cooperation and stay safe.”
Richard J. Leary Chief Executive Officer September 7, 2021
Additional information from TTC:
“The TTC is continuing to implement measures to keep our customers and employees safe, such as:
“We’re regularly asked about ridership, enhancing service on busy routes and mask compliance. We’ll be updating these facts regularly.”
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