While questions remain about how the mandate will be enforced at private schools, about 56,000 employees will have to prove at least one dose by Dec. 20.
The mayor was responding to news of a case of the variant detected in a man who attended a convention in the city just days before developing COVID-19 symptoms.
Mayor Bill de Blasio expects that as workers start to miss paychecks and exemptions are denied, more will be fully vaccinated.
As of Monday, more than a dozen countries around the world have reported cases of the Omicron variant, but the U.S. has yet to be included in that list.
The "Our City, Our Vote" legislation would allow legal permanent residents and those with work authorization to participate in municipal elections.
"I believe this technology is incredibly positive, but it can produce a lot of harms if there isn't more transparency," Pymetrics CEO Frida Polli said.
The Port Authority is reviewing alternatives to a rail link amid criticism from public officials and a lawsuit from neighborhood and environmental groups.
"We've got a lot to celebrate. It's going to be a big moment in Times Square on New Year's Eve," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Some workers are accused of stealing blank cards from the FDNY headquarters and forging vaccination dates on them.
Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro blamed staffing shortages on people taking "bogus" sick leave because of New York City's vaccine mandate.
FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro called on his members to "come to their senses and stop using medical leave improperly" on Monday.
"New York City is going to come to a crisis on Monday morning," said Uniformed Firefighters Association president Andrew Ansboro.
"My job is to keep people safe....And until we defeat COVID, people are not safe. If we don't stop COVID, New Yorkers will die," Mayor Bill de Blasio said.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the garbage pick-up delays will be addressed immediately. "This is something we are not going to let continue," he said.
So far, just 72 percent of the NYPD has received at least one vaccine dose ahead of Friday's deadline.
"The city has provided no explanation, much less a rational one, for the need to violate the autonomy and privacy of NYPD police officers in such a severe manner," the lawsuit states.
New York City workers have until October 29 to get at least one dose of the vaccine or go on unpaid leave.
New York City's mayor is trying to distance the city from the former president, which may end up costing taxpayers millions.
"If you're not being treated well, we'll treat you better here, you can fill important needs for us," the GOP governor said Sunday.
The Police Benevolent Association, the largest police union in New York City, argues that vaccinations are a "personal medical decision."
"It's a teachable moment for all of us, and of what kind of city we want to have, and what it takes to educate," the Yeshivah of Flatbush's Rabbi Joseph Beyda said.
Margaret Garnett will be working for the Southern District of New York as a deputy U.S. attorney starting next month.
The number covers "nearly all" of the women and trans prisoners who are currently incarcerated at Rikers, Hochul's office said.
Earlier this year, the city ended Trump's 20-year contract at Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point in the wake of the Capitol riot.
The NYPD is the largest force in the U.S., but vaccination rates within its ranks are low compared to the city overall as some officers refuse to get the shot.
Kindergarten students coming into schools next fall will not have the program, which will be gradually eliminated.
Two years ago, New York City's Department of Investigation launched a probe into allegations against the mayor concerning his use of the detail.
About 43,000 teachers have been vaccinated since New York City announced the mandate, saying that those who do not comply will not be allowed to work.
The teacher with 20 years' experience is now out of a job following his refusal "to give in to the vaccination mandate."
The teachers' attorneys called the vaccine mandate "unconstitutional" and said that the "Government has gone too far."