The U.S. Dept. of Labor reports today that the "initial text" of the "emergency temporary standard" for the federal vaccine mandates for private companies employing 100 or more workers has been "submitted" to the Office of Management and Budget as part of the rule process.
As reported on Full Measure, an adviser to the Biden administration says the rule is expected to allow companies to use a testing option instead of vaccination, but exemptions for natural immunity are not expected to be permitted. That is contrary to the bulk of scientific consensus, which finds natural immunity provides as good as, and likely far better, protection than the current vaccines.
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Read the information released today by the federal government below:
“The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has been working expeditiously to develop an emergency temporary standard that covers employers with 100 or more employees to ensure their workers are fully vaccinated or undergo weekly testing to protect employees from the spread of coronavirus in the workplace. On Tuesday, October 12, as part of the regulatory review process, the agency submitted the initial text of the emergency temporary standard to the Office of Management and Budget.” – U.S. Department of Labor spokesperson
For background: Once OMB concludes review of the regulation, the emergency temporary standard will be published in the Federal Register.