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Sport: The Biden administration withdraws the immunization obligation in large companies

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The administration of President Joe Biden formally withdrawn Tuesday the obligation of immunization in the companies With more than 100 employees, taking note of the veto issued by the Supreme Court of the United States.

The Agency for Occupational Health and Safety (OSHA) announced this withdrawal in a short press release without mentioning the decision of the High Court which did not allow him the choice.

She said "promoting employees to vaccinate against the permanent dangers posed by CVIV-19 in the workplace."

In the United States, where the virus has made more than 870,000 dead, only 63% of the population is totally vaccinated due to very marked political fractures on the issue.

United States: The Supreme Court blocks the immunization obligation in the large firms

 United States: The Supreme Court blocks the immunization obligation in the large firms USA-Court-Supreme-Vaccination: United States: The Supreme Court blocks the immunization obligation in large firms © Reuters / Tom Brenner United States: The Supreme Court blocks the immunization obligation in the large firms by Lawrence Hurley and Andrew Chung Washington (Reuters) - The US Supreme Court has blocked the application of a Chairman Joe Biden's measure forcing employees Large companies to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or to perform regular tests, a constraint that conservative judg

After months trying to convince reluctants, the Democrat Joe Biden had announced in September to make immunization mandatory for employees of large companies, the medical sector and federal officials.

In the land of individual freedoms, his decision had immediately been denounced as an abuse of power by the Republican elected representatives and by part of the economic world, who had seized justice.

On January 13, the Supreme Court gave them reason for the approximately 84 million people employed in large companies. On the other hand, it has validated the vaccination obligation for employees of health facilities benefiting from federal funds.

Tuesday, the Republican elected officials welcomed the withdrawal of the measure in the private sector. "The Biden administration complies with reality and ultimately respects the Constitution," Tweeted Senator Josh Hawley.

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