The U.S. Supreme Court has made it mandatory for employees of large companies in the United States to be vaccinated or tested Blocked Thursday nightSix of the nine senior judges voted against the move. Employees of companies with one hundred or more employees must be fully vaccinated or have a corona test every week from January 4th. In all, the move applies to more than eighty million Americans.
Government-funded health care facilities require staff to be vaccinated – about 17 million Americans in total – in practice. Five top judges voted Thursday to maintain the need for this puncture. Vaccine or testing duty for large companies Announced by President Joe Biden in SeptemberTo raise the vaccination rate in the country.
Following that announcement, the vaccination and testing duty was subject to a number of legal actions: November Detained a judge in New Orleans, In the state of Louisiana, measurement. The decision was made in December Canceled by a federal judgeSupreme Court ruling puts an end to these legal conflicts.
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