Thus, the court responded to a complaint filed by the Attorney General of Louisiana and a number of other Republican states. The court justified the suspension with “potentially serious legal and constitutional problems” mentioned in the plaintiffs’ complaint. The administration must respond to the allegations made by Monday.

“The president will not impose medical procedures on Americans without constitutional oversight,” the Palestinian Authority quoted Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry as saying. He described the court’s decision as “a great victory for the Americans.”
The rules announced by the White House Thursday require companies with more than 100 employees to ensure that all employees are vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo at least weekly testing. There is a fine of 14,000 PLN for each breach. dollars, although it may be higher in particularly serious cases. The commitment will cover more than 80 million employees.

President Biden’s announcement of the new rules – still until September – was a reaction to the massive wave of new infections sweeping America, related to the spread of the Delta type of coronavirus. In recent weeks, the situation has begun to improve, but an average of more than 70,000 jobs are still registered per day. New infections and more than 1,200 deaths linked to COVID-19.

Many companies have already introduced mandatory vaccinations for their employees, without waiting for new rules to be published. The announcement of the new regulations sparked political controversy and resistance on the part of Republicans, as well as labor unions and the suspicion of some employers. At the same time, corporate pressure has also hampered a law in Texas prohibiting the introduction of vaccination obligations on employees.


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