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An American judge puts a stop to the vaccination obligation of caregivers in several states – RT in French
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A decision rendered by a federal judge after a request from a dozen states comes to put an end to the vaccination obligation of American caregivers wanted by the Biden administration.

Since a decision by the US government on November 4, caregivers in the United States had to have a first anti-Covid injection before December 6, with a booster shot by January 4, 2022 to be able to continue working .

However, a judge of the Federal Court of Missouri, Matthew Schelp, issued on November 29 a preliminary injunction going against this device. This judge, appointed by Donald Trump, believes that the decision of the Biden administration is contrary to the traditional notion of federalism, that it calls into question the authority of his state, as well as the “personal medical decisions of millions of Americans ”.

According to the legal system put in place by the US government, more than 17 million people employed by care structures would have been affected, including workers providing home care to patients.

For Judge Schelp, the system put in place by the government should first have obtained an agreement from the American Congress because of the strong economic and political impact of this measure.

The decision rendered by Judge Schelp blocks the government pro-vaccination system in a dozen American states that had joined together against the vaccination obligation for caregivers: Missouri, Nebraska, Arkansas, Kansas, Iowa, Wyoming, Alaska, South and North Dakota, and New Hampshire.


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