LA Times  |  January 13, 2022

Lawrence Gostin, the faculty director of health law project at the Georgetown Law School, said the OSHA decision is “a major setback to President Biden’s COVID strategy and will prolong the pandemic in the United States. The OSHA employer mandate was the single most effective policy for getting people vaccinated. Without a wide-reaching federal mandate, it’s unlikely the national vaccination rate of just over 60% will improve.”

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