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185 Employees Leave Los Alamos Nuclear Weapons Lab Due to Vaccine Mandate

The New Mexico lab that produced the world’s first nuclear bomb lost 185 employees as a vaccine mandate deadline expired on Oct. 22, according to a lawsuit (pdf) filed against the operator of the facility the same day.

An additional 153 employees at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) were placed on leave without pay or are using vacation pay because they obtained a religious exemption, the lawsuit says. Twenty-six employees were granted medical exemptions.

The lawsuit cited an article by Los Alamos Reporter, which says that the numbers were disclosed during an all-hands meeting at the lab on Oct. 21.

The lab employs nearly 14,000 workers. Two-thirds of all the work at the facility is focused on weapons programs. Nearly one in five of the employees at the lab hold Ph.D. degrees. Triad National Security LLC operates the complex as a contractor for the federal government.

Approximately 85 percent of the LANL workforce had been vaccinated against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus as of Aug. 23, when management announced a vaccine mandate, according to an internal email (pdf). The FDA granted full approval for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine on the same day.

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