Sunday, November 28

An American court suspends the implementation of Biden’s decision regarding the mandatory corona vaccine.. and this is its justification

Biden’s adviser defended the decision to oblige corporate employees to obtain anti-corona vaccinations, or to conduct periodic tests, stressing that it is based on a strong legal basis.

A federal court in Louisiana has suspended the implementation of the decision of the administration of US President Joe Biden regarding the mandatory receipt of the vaccine against the Corona virus, until it is reconsidered later for a new decision on it.

A panel of judges in New Orleans, in the state, said that there are some constitutional circumstances in the lawsuits filed in this regard.

The court’s decision comes after the lifting of several states, private American companies, and conservative religious groups; A lawsuit rejecting the mandatory vaccination, and considered that the authorities concerned with occupational safety and health do not have the authority to take such a binding decision.

Rejecting mandatory vaccinations, they also demand that they not be forced to take periodic tests to prove that they are free of corona (Reuters)

And the US administration announced, last Thursday, new measures that impose vaccination with Corona vaccines on millions of American employees and workers by the fourth of next January.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has required employers with 100 or more employees to vaccinate all of their employees, or those who refuse to be vaccinated must submit weekly negative test results proving they are free of the virus; This will in total include about 84 million private sector employees nationwide.

And about 76,000 medical care centers will issue similar procedures, covering more than 17 million workers.

According to the new instructions, companies that do not comply with these procedures may face fines, which may reach 136,000 dollars for each intentional violation.

legal ground

Cedric Richmond, an adviser to the US president, said that President Joe Biden’s request for employees of companies with more than 100 workers to get anti-Covid-19 vaccinations or periodic tests; It is based on a strong legal foundation.

According to Bloomberg News Agency, Richmond said – on the “Face the Nation” program broadcast by CBS TV – on Sunday; “We are very confident that we are on legal ground.”

It is expected that the decision to cancel travel restrictions on foreigners coming to the United States by land and air will enter into force starting from the eighth of November, provided that the traveler proves that the traveler has received an anti-Corona vaccine.

On September 20, the White House announced the lifting of restrictions imposed on air travelers from 33 countries, including China, India, Brazil and most European countries, in early November, and the application of vaccine requirements to foreign nationals traveling from all countries, and lifting Restrictions on its land borders and crossings with Canada and Mexico for fully vaccinated foreign nationals.

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