US Supreme Court Approves Vaccination Mandate for Healthcare Workers, But Not for Business

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The United States Supreme Court has suspended President Joe Biden’s administration’s efforts to impose requirements for large businesses’ employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly COVID-19 tests and to wear masks in the workplace.

At the same time, the supreme court allowed the government to impose vaccination requirements for healthcare workers working in federally funded healthcare facilities in the United States.

“I am disappointed that the Supreme Court has blocked a reasonable and life-saving rule for employees working in large businesses,” Biden said in response to the Supreme Court’s decision. Said.

Thursday’s Supreme Court ruling came as the rise in coronavirus cases dealt a blow to the government’s efforts to enforce the vaccination requirement to increase vaccination rates in Americans.

The Conservative-majority Supreme Court has concluded that the Biden administration overstepped its bounds in trying to impose COVID-19 vaccination or testing rules on American businesses with at least 100 employees. [jm/em/rs]

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