Virus Outbreak Vaccine Mandates

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry talks to reporters outside the Supreme Court after arguments about whether to allow the administration to enforce a vaccine-or-testing requirement that applies to large employers and a separate vaccine mandate for most health care workers, Friday, Jan. 7, 2022, in Washington. At left is deputy Louisiana Attorney General Bill Stiles. Content Exchange

(The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule on the federal vaccine mandate for private employers as early as this week, but until then businesses are in limbo, expected to enforce a mandate that could be overturned at any moment.

Biden announced the private sector mandate for employers with at least 100 workers last fall and was quickly hit with a flurry of legal challenges. The high court is expected to release a batch of opinions Thursday, raising speculation that one of those opinions could include a ruling on the mandate.

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