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Surgeon General Suggests Federal Vaccine Mandate Could Extend to Smaller Businesses

U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy suggested over the weekend that the Biden administration’s COVID vaccine requirement for private businesses with more than 100 workers could soon be extended to smaller employers.

Murthy was speaking with ABC’s “This Week” when he was asked about the White House’s push for more vaccinations.

“If the law survives legal challenges, will the administration be extending the mandate to smaller employers with fewer than 100 employees?” the host asked.

“Certainly, nothing is off the table at this moment,” said the Surgeon General. “These rules actually work. … On average, businesses that have these requirements in place see a 20% increase in vaccination rates. … The focus right now is implementing the current rule that OSHA put out.”

A panel of three federal judges temporarily blocked Biden’s vaccine mandate, stating the order poses Constitutional threats for millions of workers.

Under the current mandate, companies with 100 or more employees must verify all workers vaccination status starting on Jan. 4. Those with valid exemptions will be required to undergo weekly testing.

Businesses that fail to comply with the White House will be fined $14,000 per violation with no limit.

Read the full report at the New York Post.

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3 responses to “Surgeon General Suggests Federal Vaccine Mandate Could Extend to Smaller Businesses”

  1. Jase1751 says:

    The current administration is destroying American business purposely.

  2. nukedaddy777 says:

    An Orthodox Saint Nikolai of Ochrid, who lived through a Nazis concentration camp made this poem (LXXXIV from Prayers by the Lake) that seems a prophecy for our nation, our people and soon our time:

    “It will be worse for them than for the Babylonians, when in their might they used to worship blood and gold, and used to teach their children to worship them also. First will come hunger, such as even Babylon never knew. And then war, for the sake of plundering bread, from which they will return defeated. And then an internecine slaughter and burning of cities and towns. And then diseases, which the hands of physicians will not dare to touch. And the teachers will be flogged with whips and goaded to be the gravediggers of their students, whose stenchful corpses fill all the road-ways.”

    Those who lead the people are not leading the people, but are misleading the people — what will You do with them, O my Lord?

    “They are leading the people astray for the sake of their own profit, and once the people arise and rise up, these leaders will step down from power and consume their ill-gotten gains in peace. They accuse their adversaries, and yet follow in their steps. Their clamor prevents a wise man from getting a word in edgeways. They flatter idiots and bullies just to attain the first places. They write books daily and expose the wickedness of their kinsmen, in order to conceal their own wickedness. They do not teach the people the truth, but feed them lies the year round. They are incapable of doing the people justice, so instead they intimidate them by scaring them with a worse injustice of times past. They pillage for themselves and their friends, for they know that they are not long for this world.”

    What will You do with them, O righteous Lord?

    “They have done everything themselves, and I have nothing to do, except to leave them to themselves. Truly, they will not consume their gains in peace, but will spend it on the funeral feasts of their relatives. They will be impoverished, and mice will scurry through their torn shirts. They will dream of rebellions by those who have been deluded and looted, and they will arise at midnight, terrified and soaked with sweat. Their life will be long, so that their punishment may be longer. They will live to see their house in flames, and will flee their own land, hungry and sickly, and will not dare to utter their own names in the presence of anyone. They will see foreigners in their land, and will beg them for a piece of bread.

    “It will be worse for their country than it was for the Roman Empire. For they had Rome for an example, and did not learn from it. It will be worse for their nation which was born of them, than it was for the Jewish nation. For they had the example of the Jewish nation, and did not learn from it….”
    What we are seeing seems the tip of the iceberg titanic America is steaming toward.

  3. pandusa says:

    Was there ever any doubt it would ????? “They’re coming to take me away. Ha-haha.”- song- They’re Coming to Take Me Away-Napoleon XIV-1966