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In the United States, 11 states have filed a lawsuit against the introduction of mandatory vaccinations


WASHINGTON, Nov. 6. At least 11 U.S. states have filed a lawsuit against President Joe Biden's administration of compulsory coronavirus vaccinations for employees of large companies, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt said. Arizona, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, Montana, Alaska, Wyoming, New Hampshire, South Dakota, and North Dakota. Several organizations also joined the lawsuit. Sept.21, 2:47 p.m. World US Prepares to Vaccine Children Against COVID-19 “Today I led a coalition of 11 states to file a lawsuit to stop Joe Biden's illegal mandatory vaccinations … I am taking Joe Biden and his administration to court to defend personal freedoms, preserve Missouri's business and resist bureaucratic tyrants, “Schmitt said in a statement on his website. The White House said Thursday that the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA, part of the US Department of Labor) has ordered all nation-based companies with more 100 people to vaccinate their employees against the coronavirus by January 4, 2022, or to require unvaccinated employees to take a negative coronavirus test at least once a week. New demands from the US administration suggest that large companies will set aside paid time for their employees to get vaccinated, and Ensure that all unvaccinated employees are required to wear masks in the workplace. In total, workers will be offered three vaccines against COVID-19, all of them approved by the US and WHO authorities: two-phase vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna, as well as single-phase Johnson & Johnson / Janssen. According to the latest data from Johns Hopkins University, in the United States since the beginning of the pandemic, more than 750 thousand people have died from coronavirus. The worst situation with the spread of the virus is in the counties of the states of California and Arizona. The total number of people infected with COVID-19 in the United States is over 46.3 million.

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