First on Fox: Republican Attorney General (AG) of 24 states is threatening to prosecute President Biden’s need for a coronavirus vaccine.
The president announced last week that employers with more than 100 workers will need their administration to mandate coronavirus Vaccination Conduct COVID-19 tests on their employees or weekly in an attempt to slow the spread of the virus.
“Vaccines have helped protect millions of Americans, and others can certainly benefit from this treatment,” AGs wrote exclusively to LBL Thursday in a separate letter to Biden. “But to persuade those who are hesitant to do so you have to allow for debate and disagreement.”
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“Instead, you have given the American people trivial legal arguments, contradictory statements, and threatening directives. Your goal is to promote unity and public health rather than divide and distrust.”
In the letter, he called the order “devastating and contradictory”, adding that the rule would create further skepticism about the vaccine and urge “at least some Americans” to “leave the job market rather than follow it.”
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson, president of the Republican Attorney General’s Association (RAGA), said in a multi-letter press release, “We do not tolerate Biden’s rule of tyranny. The lines are clear, this is the American people against Joe Biden’s illegal agenda. We will defend the basic principles that make our country great. “
AGs pledge “to find every legal option available [Biden] Uphold accountability and the rule of law. “
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AGs argue that employees who quit their jobs as a result of the requirements “are already burdening companies in a very tight labor market and (therefore) threatening the employment of vaccinators.”
“Worse still, most of those who decide to quit their jobs rather than follow your direction are essential health workers,” he quotes New York Times Report About Upstate New York Hospital, which decided to stop giving birth to infants after six labor and childbirth nurses resigned following a state vaccination order.
Hospitals across the country are simultaneously facing off Lack of staff And increased ICU capacity due to the increasing Covid-19 cases, which is excessive for staff.
The Attorney General also argues that Biden’s order raises the suspicion of vaccine suspicion that the order “suggests that for any personal reason, the Kovid-19 shot must be given to those who do not receive or choose to be vaccinated,” and “fail to recognize” the natural immunity. “
Over 90,000 people across the country are currently hospitalized with the virus and 1,262 new COVID-19 deaths are reported daily in the last seven days – a 10% increase compared to the previous calendar week.
Republicans “need to vaccinate broadly for 80 million Americans (or the weekly COVID-19 test), as they work in a certain volume of business, so it is not ‘necessary’ to deal with any such risk,” said businesses of particular size.
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The state’s attorney general has all signed the letter, including West Virginia, Wyoming, Idaho, Alabama and Mississippi with low vaccination rates.
More than half of the US population has received vaccine doses, but more than 60% have received the first dose.
In June, 99.5% of all Kovid-19 deaths were from non-vaccinated people. A total of 14,115 US deaths occurred as a result of progression cases, or COVID-19 cases in vaccinated individuals, and 70% of vaccinated individuals were over 65 years of age. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) noted that no COVID-19 vaccine is 100% effective against the virus.
The CDC has reported two serious and rare side effects of the vaccine, anaphylaxis, which can be treated immediately, and thrombosis with thrombocytopenia syndrome (TTS), in seven of the 1 million women under 50 who received the Johnson and Johnson vaccine.