October 3, 2022

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United States: Supreme Court and a ruling on the anti-vaccine side | Vaccination is not mandatory in companies with more than a hundred employees

The Supreme Court of the United States imposed the ban This Thursday Order President Joe Biden, Should be vaccinated or give weekly negative results of Govt-19 tests For employees of all companies with 100 or more employees. The implementation of the President’s order was to begin in February.

However, the Supreme Court He also gave the green light to another Biden order to vaccinate more than 50,000 health care workers. They receive federal subsidies from medical insurance or medical assistance programs, and employ about 17 million people.

The backlash against Biden had the support of six judges in the Conservative majority in the country’s Supreme Court, while all three progressives expressed a dissenting opinion. The court usually takes only a handful of cases a year.

The argument used by the court to quash this action The Central Government does not have sufficient power to issue such an order, Indicated by business groups and plaintiff states.

“(Order) is a significant invasion of the life and health of a large number of employees,” they pointed out from the court.

Scott Keller of the National Federation of Free Trade, one of the plaintiffs’ attorneys, appeared in court last Friday. Biden warned that the order would bring about “massive economic change” in the United States and that many “workers were leaving” so they would not have to be vaccinated..

In the case of the mandate affecting health workers, two conservatives (John Roberts and Brett Kavanagh) linked themselves to the progressives for the Biden operation. The other four conservatives opposed her.

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The United States has the highest number of epidemics and deaths: More than 63 million Govt-19 cases and more than 800 thousand deaths, According to data from Johns Hopkins University.