Alert: OSHA Suspends Enforcement of Vax Mandate After Fed Court Halts 'Staggeringly Overbroad' Order

Alert: OSHA Suspends Enforcement of Vax Mandate After Fed Court Halts 'Staggeringly Overbroad' Order


The Occupational Health and Safety Administration has officially suspended the implementation of its vaccine mandate for private businesses.

OSHA announced as much on its website, saying the agency has “suspended activities related to the implementation and enforcement of the ETS pending future developments in the litigation.”

President Joe Biden previously instructed OSHA to implement and enforce the mandate starting Jan. 4 of next year.

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Under the order, which came in the form of an “Emergency Temporary Standard,” all private employers with at least 100 employees must require their workers to either be vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to weekly tests for the virus.

Fines for failing to comply were up to $14,000 per violation.

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