$13,000 Fines On Hold After Appeals Court Blocked Rules
By MORGAN PHILLIPS
POLITICS REPORTER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) suspended implementation of its order requiring Covid-19 vaccines for private companies after a federal court blocked the measure.
OSHA announced Wednesday that it was ceasing all enforcement of the measure of the emergency order, which ordered companies with 100 or more employees to require vaccines or weekly Covid-19 testing, or face a maximum of $136,532 in fines, $13,653 per violation.
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