By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Monday marked the deadline for Los Angeles Unified School District workers to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Employees were required to have at least one dose by Oct. 15, and both by Nov. 15.

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As of Monday, it was not immediately known how many LAUSD employees have not yet complied with the mandate.

In October, the district said 99% of district administrators and 99% of classroom teachers had reported their vaccination status along with 97% of classified supervisors and 97% of all district employees.

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Employees who fail to meet the vaccination requirement may face “disciplinary action, including but not limited to placement on unpaid leave and/or separation from service,” the district’s website said.

Employees who have medical or religious exemptions did not need to meet the vaccination deadline.

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