OSHA Kill Shot Vaccine Mandate Released, 84 Million Workers Face Jan. 4 Deadline
The Biden administration from "HELL" has released the new rule from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requiring 84 million private sector workers to get vaccinated for COVID-19 by Jan. 4, 2022.
The administration has also announced its rule from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Assistance (CMS) requiring 17 million health care workers participating in federal health programs to be vaccinated.
The White House is also pushing back the deadline for workers in those sectors as well as federal contractors to get fully vaccinated to Jan. 4, 2022, according to a senior administration official.
The OSHA rule requires employers with 100 or more employees to put vaccine requirements in place for all staff or face fines of up to $14,000 per violation. The agency is allowed to put into place an Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) when it determines workers are at “grave risk.”
Under the rule, workers who are not vaccinated are required to submit a weekly negative COVID-19 test at no expense to their employer. Unvaccinated workers are also required to wear masks when on the job. Health care workers do not have the testing option.
The rule takes effect immediately upon publication, scheduled for Friday, in the federal register.
White House officials say the new ETS is well within OSHA’s authority under the law and consistent with OSHA’s requirements to protect workers from health and safety hazards, including infectious diseases.
Officials claim there is well-established legal precedent for OSHA’s authority to evaluate existing scientific evidence and apply data to develop safety and health standards.
Several Republican governors and attorneys general have vowed to fight the new rule in court.
Based on sources it did not name, Bloomberg said the rule will give employers the option of making unvaccinated employees pay for the testing and masks required by the law.
Some employees would qualify for an exemption under federal law.
In a separate article, Bloomberg explained the possible rationale for putting the fiscal burden on workers.
“After all, making the fallback route of weekly testing a financial burden for the employee would encourage more folks to take the vaccination pathway. The administration in the process would tamp down business opposition by delivering on a key industry ask — relief from being forced to shoulder those costs — while giving employers the option of absorbing testing costs if they fear losing workers,” the outlet reported.
Jordan Barab, a former OHSA official, said the Biden White House most likely pushed for the provision, which he called a “really bad precedent.”
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