Explaining the Supreme Court’s Decision to Block Vaccine Mandate

The Supreme Court of the United States blocked President Biden’s vaccine mandate for large private businesses. But in a separate case, the court ruled that the mandate for health care workers at facilities which receive federal funds will stand. Companies with 100 or more employees, large companies… the mandate required all employees in those firms to get vaccinated or to submit to weekly COVID testing in order to enter the workplace. It also require unvaccinated workers to wear masks while indoors at work. That Supreme Court overturned that.


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8 Responses to "Explaining the Supreme Court’s Decision to Block Vaccine Mandate"

  1. Linda   January 17, 2022 at 5:27 pm

    The private health care system Americans have enjoyed have been officially taken over by government. Your lab tests are being run by National Guard members who have jobs in HVAC and other fields unrelated to science. The government aims to control every facet of previously free Americans’ lives. This does not bode well for the quality of health care.

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  2. Kimbot   January 17, 2022 at 6:40 pm

    Unfortunately it doesn’t save those of us in CA and other blue states from these overreaching requirements. Time to move.

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  3. BMC Redirect   January 17, 2022 at 6:49 pm

    Beware the PharmacoMedical Industry:

    First they take your health;
    Then they take your wealth;
    Then they take your life.

    FREEDOM OF VACCINATION CHOICE, NO . . . MATTER . . . WHAT!

    Praise God Almighty From Whom All Good Things Flow!

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  4. Liz   January 17, 2022 at 7:01 pm

    The future of health care IMHO is small, independent practices who don’t deal in insurance or Medicare. I go to one and you can get in there and the doctor or none of the staff even wears masks! I feel extremely sorry for anyone in a hospital setting though. I think in time a new system will be developed and more small practice will pop up. However, it will take time. Health care has just simply gotten too big.

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  5. Mary   January 17, 2022 at 11:08 pm

    I heard from Dr. Riba Labow of The Natural Solutions today, that there are some private hospitals and clinics that are hiring vaccinated and non-vaccinated employees.

    Not sure which way things will swing on my job. Not meaning to brag. But I am sure that my employer would be hard-pressed to find one employee who spends more money on health insurance premiums in one month than on meds, medical treatments or hospitalizations all year.

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  6. Arel   January 18, 2022 at 7:47 am

    The SCOTUS just discriminated against every healthcare worker in America. Those that have worked on the front lines since the beginning of Wuflu have been downgraded from hero to zero. Those that are unvaccinated, that may or may not have already had Wuflu are being let go while they are bringing back infected staff to work due to the staff shortage. The idiocy is almost laughable, but it’s not funny it’s tragic.

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  7. Peace   January 18, 2022 at 9:45 am

    I’m quite disappointed that the Supreme Court didn’t overturn vaccine mandate for healthcare workers who receive federal funds. It’s still unconstitutional. What a shame.

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  8. Ron S   January 19, 2022 at 9:07 pm

    So we pay tax.
    And when is comes to get service for what we all payed for.
    The president can put on any restrictions unless a law was passed limit the restriction.

    It doesn’t matter that health care worker make better health decisions for themselves than elected government officials.
    Isn’t it against the law to practice medicine without a license?

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