The nation’s largest police force is still struggling to get its officers vaccinated against COVID-19 — with the latest figures showing just 43 percent have gotten the shot, The Post has learned.
The revelation comes as Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday he was ordering all city health care workers who are unvaccinated to get tested weekly and said he was "looking at” mandatory vaccinations as the Delta variant continues to spread across the country.
An agency spokesman told The Post Wednesday afternoon 43 percent of its uniformed and civilian employees — or just over 23,000 of its total 54,000 workforce — have been vaccinated.
The department said it has “stopped short” of mandating vaccines because it believes it would likely face legal challenges.
The NYPD has suffered more than 55 COVID-19 deaths among the uninformed and civilians members.