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Biden vaccine mandate for health workers blocked in ten states

A judge decided that rational thinking should prevail once in a while, so he ruled that the cost of firing health care workers for not getting vaccinated exceeded the benefit.

According to the Daily Caller:

Missouri-based U.S. District Judge Matthew Schelp granted an injunction on Biden’s vaccine mandate for healthcare workers in 10 states on Monday, court documents show.

The case applies to Medicare and Medicaid-certified medical establishments in North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming, New Hampshire, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Alaska, and Arkansas. The injunction concerns the federal vaccine mandate from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS).

Under this mandate, healthcare employees, trainees, students, volunteers, or contractors who provide any care, treatment, or other services for a facility must be fully inoculated against COVID-19. The mandate applies to 15 categories of healthcare facilities.

Schelp, who was appointed by former President Trump, decided in his 32-page preliminary injunction that there was a detrimental impact of losing qualified healthcare workers due to this mandate that outweighed the need for healthcare workers to be vaccinated.

4 thoughts on “Biden vaccine mandate for health workers blocked in ten states”

  1. The Dems’ winning strategy: fire health care workers during a pandemic.

    But I do believe it’s intentional and by design — they want to cause as much havoc as possible in their efforts to destroy the country. It’s evident in everything they do.

  2. I appreciate the rhetoric, but I hardly think this is rational thinking that is prevailing. The judge is probably worried about what happens when THEY show up at the hospital, and nobody is there to care for them.

    Rational thinking would probably include some statement about the “Orwellian” properties of vaccine mandates. Or the slippery slope when we blacklist people from engagement in the economy based on governmental approval of their medical history.

    If we weren’t desperate for health care workers, vaccine mandates would be ok?

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