The White House is expected to announce during a COVID-19 briefing on Monday that over 90% of the federal workforce has adhered to the vaccine mandate, with at least that many having received one dose or more of the coronavirus vaccine.

Officials have said 95% of federal employees complied with the mandate and are either completing vaccinations or have pending exemptions. 

The White House set the deadline for federal employees and contractors to get the vaccine by Monday, which covers 3.5 million employees, according to Reuters. There is no requirement for booster shots.

The White House tweeted a COVID response update on Sunday, writing that “over 32M Americans already got their booster" and "10% of 5-11-year-olds have gotten their first shot,” and that 80% of Americans aged 12 or older have received one shot of the vaccine. 

This news comes as the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for businesses with over 100 employees has been met with pushback, with many Republican states refusing to implement the measure. That mandate is being challenged in court and is on hold, but the deadline for that mandate is still set for Jan. 4.