President Joe Biden is using what one court opinion called “the most dramatic weapon in OSHA’s enforcement arsenal” to back up his COVID-19 vaccine mandate
Premier François Legault defended the plan, arguing he was incredulous that anyone would question the idea that health-care workers who treat patients need to be vaccinated.
Thousands of unvaccinated workers across the United States are facing potential job losses as a growing number of states, cities and private companies start to enforce mandates for inoculation against COVID-19.
Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday vowed to sue President Joe Biden’s administration over a mandate on businesses to vaccinate or test workers for COVID-19, but he also suggested the state might need to pass its own law to prevent businesses from imposing their own mandates.
Delta is seemingly dragging its feet while American and Southwest now mandate vaccines for workers following Biden's new rules for federal contractors.
Around 3,700 American Airlines pilots remain unvaccinated and top airline executives have also said they'll work with unvaccinated employees.
President Joe Biden's vaccine mandate isn't a total vaccine mandate — as Americans working for companies with 100 or more employees have the option of taking a COVID-19 test once a week if they choose to remain unvaccinated. Still, countless Republicans are trying to fire up their base by railing against Biden's executive order, and in Utah, GOP lawmakers are, according to the Salt Lake Tribune, looking for possible ways to undermine it or get around it.
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It's not tax-paying workers the President should be forcing to get vaccinated, but rather, the people consuming government services.
The coronavirus continues to create all sorts of woes around the U.S. as the public wrestles with mixed messages and confusion about what’s healthy and what’s not in this difficult time. According to Nate Ashworth, founder and editor-in-chief of ElectionCentral.com, the Biden administration has chosen “to run public health like a political campaign,” citing particularly problematic situations in Seattle, Chicago and Los Angeles.
The trade association for UPS, FedEx and others has written the Office of Business and Management warning about further supply chain disruptions.