Public Health Laws regarding COVID 19 vaccination in New York State and New York City (New York State Assembly)

Marvin Garvey filed this request with the New York State Assembly of New York.
Multi Request Public Health Laws regarding COVID 19 vaccination in New York State and New York City
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From: Marvin Garvey

To Whom It May Concern:

Pursuant to the New York Freedom of Information Law, I hereby request the following records:

1. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 immunization (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of employment and/or maintaining an employment in either private and/or public setting such as(but not limited to): hospitals, nursing homes, doctors’ offices, schools, colleges, other institutions of higher learning, transportation, public government offices, police department, fire department, health department, sanitation department, any type of private business/venue and/or public space (i.e.. restaurants, grocery stores, coffee shops) and/or any other business in public and/or private entity serving the general public in New York City (NYC) and New York State (NYS).

2. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 immunization (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of education and maintaining education in either/or private/public sector (pre-K through college) in both NYC and NYS

3. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 immunization (starting January 2019 until now) as condition of attendance of any school/college (pre-K though college) related public events such as, but not limited to, graduation, prom, ice cream sales, theatre performances, afterschool clubs in both NYC and NYS

4.Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 testing (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of employment and/or maintaining an employment in either private and/or public setting such as(but not limited to): hospitals, nursing homes, doctors’ offices, schools, colleges, other institutions of higher learning, transportation, public government offices, police department, fire department, health department, sanitation department, any type of private business/venue and/or public space (i.e.. restaurant, grocery store, coffee shop) and/or any other business in public and/or private entity serving the general public in New York City (NYC) and New York State (NYS).

5.Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 testing (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of education and maintaining education in either/or private/public sector (pre-K through college)

6. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 testing (starting January 2019 until now) as condition of attendance of any school/college (pre-K though college) related public events such as, but not limited to, graduation, prom, ice cream sales, theatre performances, afterschool clubs.

7.Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 masking (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of employment and/or maintaining an employment in either private and/or public setting such as(but not limited to): hospitals ,nursing homes, doctors’ offices, schools, colleges, other institutions of higher learning, transportation, public government offices, police department, fire department, health department, sanitation department, any type of private business/venue and/or public space (i.e.. restaurant, grocery store, coffee shop) and/or any other business in public and/or private entity serving the general public in New York City (NYC) and New York State (NYS).

8. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 masking (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of education and maintaining education in either/or private/public sector (pre-K through college)

9. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 masking (starting January 2019 until now) as condition of attendance of any school/college (pre-K though college) related public events such as, but not limited to, graduation, prom, ice cream sales, theatre performances, afterschool clubs.

10. Any other Files, Records, Papers or Documents required by Law to be Made Available for Public Inspection and Copying

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

The requested documents will be made available to the general public, and this request is not being made for commercial purposes.

In the event that there are fees, I would be grateful if you would inform me of the total charges in advance of fulfilling my request. I would prefer the request filled electronically, by e-mail attachment if available or CD-ROM if not.

Thank you in advance for your anticipated cooperation in this matter. I look forward to receiving your response to this request within 5 business days, as the statute requires.

Sincerely,

Marvin Garvey

From: New York State Assembly

Please see attached.

Theresa J. Klein-Franke
Records Access Assistant
NYS Assembly Public Information Office
Legislative Office Building, Rm 202
Albany, NY 12248
518-455-4218

From: New York State Assembly

Please see attached.

Theresa J. Klein-Franke
Records Access Assistant
NYS Assembly Public Information Office
Legislative Office Building, Rm 202
Albany, NY 12248
518-455-4218

From: Marvin Garvey

Ms. Marilla,

Pursuant to § 89(3)(a), can you please certify that you do not have in possession such records or that such record cannot be found after diligent search.

That is not clear from your response.

https://dos.ny.gov/coog/foil2.html

Marvin Garvey

From: New York State Assembly

Please see attached.

Theresa J. Klein-Franke
Records Access Assistant
NYS Assembly Public Information Office
Legislative Office Building, Rm 202
Albany, NY 12248
518-455-4218

From: Marvin Garvey

I hereby appeal the denial of access regarding our request made on April 5 2022, which was rejected on the following dates:
April 14, 2022
April 21, 2022

Which was sent to:
Theresa J. Klein-Franke
Records Access Assistant
NYS Assembly Public Information Office
Legislative Office Building, Rm 202
Albany, NY 12248

The records that were denied include:
1. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 immunization (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of employment and/or maintaining an employment in either private and/or public setting such as(but not limited to): hospitals, nursing homes, doctors’ offices, schools, colleges, other institutions of higher learning, transportation, public government offices, police department, fire department, health department, sanitation department, any type of private business/venue and/or public space (i.e.. restaurants, grocery stores, coffee shops) and/or any other business in public and/or private entity serving the general public in New York City (NYC) and New York State (NYS).
2. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 immunization (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of education and maintaining education in either/or private/public sector (pre-K through college) in both NYC and NYS
3. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 immunization (starting January 2019 until now) as condition of attendance of any school/college (pre-K though college) related public events such as, but not limited to, graduation, prom, ice cream sales, theatre performances, afterschool clubs in both NYC and NYS
4.Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 testing (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of employment and/or maintaining an employment in either private and/or public setting such as(but not limited to): hospitals, nursing homes, doctors’ offices, schools, colleges, other institutions of higher learning, transportation, public government offices, police department, fire department, health department, sanitation department, any type of private business/venue and/or public space (i.e.. restaurant, grocery store, coffee shop) and/or any other business in public and/or private entity serving the general public in New York City (NYC) and New York State (NYS).
5.Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 testing (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of education and maintaining education in either/or private/public sector (pre-K through college)
6. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 testing (starting January 2019 until now) as condition of attendance of any school/college (pre-K though college) related public events such as, but not limited to, graduation, prom, ice cream sales, theatre performances, afterschool clubs.
7.Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 masking (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of employment and/or maintaining an employment in either private and/or public setting such as(but not limited to): hospitals ,nursing homes, doctors’ offices, schools, colleges, other institutions of higher learning, transportation, public government offices, police department, fire department, health department, sanitation department, any type of private business/venue and/or public space (i.e.. restaurant, grocery store, coffee shop) and/or any other business in public and/or private entity serving the general public in New York City (NYC) and New York State (NYS).
8. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 masking (starting January 2019 until now) as a condition of education and maintaining education in either/or private/public sector (pre-K through college)
9. Any and all New York State Public Health Law(s) that regulates and/or requires and/or mandates COVID-19 masking (starting January 2019 until now) as condition of attendance of any school/college (pre-K though college) related public events such as, but not limited to, graduation, prom, ice cream sales, theatre performances, afterschool clubs.
10. Any other Files, Records, Papers or Documents required by Law to be Made Available for Public Inspection and Copying

As required by the Freedom of Information Law, the head or governing body of an agency, or whomever is designated to determine appeals, is required to respond within 10 business days of the receipt of an appeal. If the records are denied on appeal, please explain the reasons for the denial fully in writing as required by law.

In addition, please be advised that the Freedom of Information Law directs that all appeals and the determinations that follow be sent to the Committee on Open Government, Department of State, 41 State Street, Albany, New York 12231.

Sincerely,

Marvin Garvey

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