If you want evidence that the people that are anti-COVID vaccine mandate are a tiny minority, take a look at the video of the city workers' rally at City Hall today. CBS 2 covered it and said it was "dozens" protesting.
Even if we give the benefit of the doubt and say maybe it was over a hundred, compare that to the June 30 march and rally when hundreds of retirees and a few active city workers came out to protest the privatization of Medicare.
AM New York covered it via this blog:
Hundreds of retired city employees converged in the shadow of National Museum of the American Indian amidst a record-breaking heatwave on June 30 to decry a mass shift to their health care plans. The Municipal Labor Committee is set to alter the Medicare plans of 250,000 individuals to a for-profit plan: Medicare Advantage.
In my humble opinion, the anti-vax mandate group is small, albeit loud. One anti-vaxxer said he was going to pull out of the UFT.
Here is my question for the anti-mandatory COVID vaxers:
Since it is clearly legal to have a vaccine mandate for school employees, besides demanding impact bargaining for a medical exemption, which the UFT did, what do you want the Union to do?