Employers in Oklahoma could face legal consequences for adverse vaccine effects

Employers in Oklahoma could face legal consequences for adverse vaccine effects


Oklahoma Republican state Sen. Rob Standridge filed Senate Bill 1106 on Friday, titled the “Citizen Health Mandate Protection Act,” aimed making employers that mandate Covid-19 vaccines for employees liable for adverse effects.

If Senate Bill 1106 passes the state legislature, the bill would allow employees in both the public and private sector to bring a claim against an employer for an adverse health event caused by the employer’s vaccine mandate, according to Sen. Rob Standridge.

Employers could also face $1 million in punitive damages if mandated vaccines cause harm to the employee.

NEW: If enacted, Oklahoma Senate Bill 1106 will allow employees to bring a claim against an employer for an adverse health event caused by the employer’s vaccine mandate.

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