Is a mandate a law? How will Biden's vaccine mandate be enforced? | USA TODAY
Republican governors have threatened lawsuits, but the employers affected by the mandate hold the most ground to sue.
President Joe Biden initiated a nationwide mandate to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic on Thursday, ordering American employers with 100 or more workers to ensure their workforce is entirely vaccinated.
Biden’s six-part plan to counteract the delta variant is his most aggressive action he’s taken yet, as it is expected to impact nearly 80 million Americans, including government employees who also fall under the mandate.
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