North Carolina state employees will receive paid time off to get booster shots, the governor said.

Gov. Roy Cooper of North Carolina signed an executive order on Wednesday that provided an extra paid vacation day for state employees receiving their first coronavirus booster shots.

According to the order, eligible employees working at state cabinet agencies that report to the governor and who receive their first booster shot on or before Aug. 31 may get up to eight hours of fully paid leave, including those who received the shot before Mr. Cooper’s announcement.

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