From California Business Roundtable <[email protected]>
Subject PRESS RELEASE: Statewide Business Community Responds to Governor’s COVID-19 Announcement
Date July 26, 2021 11:31 PM
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July 26, 2021

CONTACT: Brooke Armour

(916) 553-4093

[[email protected]]

*** PRESS RELEASE ***Statewide Business Community Responds to Governor’s COVID-19 Announcement

SACRAMENTO—The following organizations from the statewide business community issued the following response today to Governor Gavin Newsom’s announcement that state employees will no longer be able to self-attest vaccination status at the workplace:

“The governor’s approach will allow economic recovery to continue while redoubling efforts to encourage vaccinations. From the beginning of the pandemic, the business community has been a partner with the governor and public health officials by implementing mitigation protocols and testing, hosting vaccination clinics, communicating the need to get vaccinated, promoting the vaccine through its own PSA, [[link removed]] and offering incentives to employees and customers. We will continue to look to work with the governor on additional ways we can help encourage vaccines without negatively impacting employment opportunities or our economic recovery at this critical stage, while paying special attention to continued outreach to Black and Latino communities, of which 51 percent and 49 percent remain unvaccinated, respectively [[link removed]].”

The coalition includes:

California Business Roundtable

California Business Properties Association

California Hotel and Lodging Association

California Manufacturers and Technology Association

California Retailers Association

California Restaurant Association

Orange County Business Council

Los Angeles County BizFed

Central Valley BizFed

Inland Empire Economic Partnership

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