Citigroup will terminate unvaccinated workers by Jan. 31, a first among Wall Street banks


Pedestrians cross a road in front of a Citigroup Citibank branch in Sydney, Australia, on June 1, 2018.

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Citigroup will be the first major Wall Street institution to enforce a vaccine mandate by terminating noncompliant workers by the end of this month.

The bank reminded employees in a memo sent Friday about its policy, first disclosed in October, that they must be “fully vaccinated as a condition of employment.” At the time, the bank said that employees had to submit proof of vaccination by Jan. 14.

Those who haven’t complied by next week will be put on unpaid leave, with their last day of employment being Jan. 31, according to the memo, which was…


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