US justice suspends commitment to vaccine against Covid-19 required by Joe Biden in companies

US justice suspends commitment to vaccine against Covid-19 required by Joe Biden in companies

The US president’s action requires tens of millions of employees to be vaccinated against Covid-19 by January 4, on pain of very regular testing.

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Justice says stop. On Saturday, November 6, the Federal Court of Appeals for the state of Texas (USA) suspended Joe Biden’s vaccination obligation for employees of companies of more than 100 people. The US president’s action requires tens of millions of employees to be vaccinated against Covid-19 by January 4, on pain of very regular testing.

Announced in mid-September, approved this week by the executive branch, it was promptly challenged as a matter of urgency in court, notably by Republican-controlled Texas who oppose any vaccine commitment to combat the pandemic. So this is a huge setback for Joe Biden.

In its decision, the Court of Appeal held that the plaintiffs had done so ‘Make arguments that there are serious constitutional and procedural problems’ with government text. So the latter “suspended” Pending review by the court on the merits. “We will be able to take legal action against the unconstitutional abuse of power by Biden.”Conservative Texas Governor Greg Abbott responded on Twitter.

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