Ex-San Jose city employee sues over being fired for refusing to comply with vaccine mandate

A former San Jose city employee is suing the city, alleging he was fired from his job as an informational technology manager over his religion, which he claims prevented him from getting vaccinated.

Eran Amir, who filed his lawsuit in Santa Clara County Superior Court on May 11, claims he was discriminated against and retaliated against for his religion after he refused to comply with San Jose’s vaccine mandate and submit to twice-a-week testing.

The mandate went into effect on Oct. 1, 2021, but a last-minute deal struck by the police union after more than 100 officers threatened to quit, allowed employees the option of taking a COVID-19 test

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