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National Guard could help alleviate any health care worker shortages caused by COVID-19 vaccine mandate in New York state

Members of the National Guard could help fill any gaps that arise in New York state's health care workforce due to a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, New York's governor said.

"I will be signing an executive order to give me the emergency powers necessary to address the shortages where they occur," New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said on Monday. "That's going to allow me to deploy the National Guard who are medically trained," as well as retirees who have had a license lapse, and workers from elsewhere.

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