By: KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – 95-percent of Pittsburgh city workers are now vaccinated against COVID-19.

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According to the city, that’s up by 10-percent from last week.

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Outgoing Mayor Bill Peduto issued an executive order requiring city employees to be vaccinated by December 22 or risk being fired.

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For those who remain vaccinated, the city says the disciplinary process is underway.