Covid-19 Vaccine-Mandate Fight Between Texas and Biden Has Companies Caught in the Middle

Por: The Wall Street Journal Business October 13, 2021


The move by Texas sets up a clash between the state and the Biden administration, leaving employers caught in the middle. On one side, Monday’s executive order from Texas Gov. Greg Abbott forbids any private entity to require its employees or customers to get vaccinated. On the other hand, the Biden administration or tested weekly at businesses with 100 or more employees.... + full article

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