Employers face patchwork of state policies on worker vaccination after Supreme Court order

Amy Goldstein, Eli Rosenberg, Jacob Bogage
Washington Post

The Supreme Court’s decision that large companies do not have to force workers to get coronavirus shots or tests leaves employers facing a patchwork of clashing state policies over their role in protecting their workforces from the surging pandemic.

The court order Thursday lands on the polarized American landscape just three days after employers with at least 100 workers — apart from the relatively few that already required vaccines or testing — put into effect vaccine verification and other aspects of the rule. That was two months after it was announced by the Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

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