Thursday, December 9, 2021

All Of Biden’s Civilian Vaccine Mandates Must Come To A Grinding Halt, Federal Courts Rule; Vaccine Mandates Should Be ‘absolute last resort,’ WHO Official Says, and other C-Virus related stories

All Of Biden’s Civilian Vaccine Mandates Must Come To A Grinding Halt, Federal Courts Rule:
All of President Joe Biden’s attempts to force the COVID-19 shot on American civilians have now been temporarily blocked by federal courts.
Just last month, the White House began directing federal agencies to halt suspending or firing any federal employees over not receiving the COVID-19 jab despite spending months promoting mandates as an urgent, top priority for the Biden administration.
On Tuesday, a federal judge in Georgia blocked the Biden administration’s vaccine requirements for federal contractors, which were supposed to officially go into effect on Jan. 4, 2o22. Just last week, U.S. District Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove temporarily slapped down the same mandate for federal contractors located in Kentucky, Ohio, and Tennessee.
“Can the president use congressionally delegated authority to manage the federal procurement of goods and services to impose vaccines on the employees of federal contractors and subcontractors? In all likelihood, the answer to that question is no. So, for the reasons that follow, the pending request for a preliminary injunction will be GRANTED,” Tatenhove wrote in his opinion. --->READ MORE HERE
Vaccine mandates should be ‘absolute last resort,’ WHO official says:
Vaccine mandates should be considered an “absolute last resort,” the World Health Organization’s top Europe official said Tuesday — a day after Big Apple Mayor Bill de Blasio announced tough new rules for all private businesses.
WHO Europe director Hans Kluge cautioned that officials should weigh whether mandates will impact public trust before imposing them.
“Mandates around vaccination are an absolute last resort and only applicable when all feasible options to improve vaccination uptake have been exhausted,” Kluge told reporters at a press conference.
Kluge added that officials should keep in mind that “the effectiveness of mandates is very context-specific.”
“What is acceptable in one society and community may not be effective and acceptable in another,” he said.
The WHO director stressed the importance of weighing up mandates against potential mental health ramifications. --->READ MORE HERE
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