By Staff

BOSTON (CBS) — The Baker Administration released a breakdown of how many state workers have been suspended for not complying with Governor Charlie Baker’s vaccine mandate as of Wednesday.

The data shows 93.7% of state employees have complied with the mandate, that’s 39,197 workers.

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There are 2,138 employees, or 5.1% of workers, whose compliance is in progress, meaning their compliance is being reviewed, they are waiting for an exemption decision, are in the three-day period after an exemption denial, or are on an approved unpaid leave. Exemptions are viewed on a rolling basis.

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Another 0.9%, which is 362 employees, are on a five or ten-day suspension because they have not complied.

The administration said 0.3% of employees have left, 130 of those voluntarily resigned and 11 involuntarily resigned.

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According to the administration, since the vaccine requirement was announced, over 12,000 employees have become newly fully vaccinated or have received at least one dose. Staff