Florida Passes Vaccine Mandatory Law… first in the US


▲ Ron DeSantis, Governor of Florida

The state of Florida, which resisted the US federal government’s quarantine measures, became the first state in the United States to enact a ban on vaccines.

The Republican-controlled Florida state legislature has passed legislation protecting workers from refusing to be vaccinated against COVID-19, according to Axios.

The law aims to impose fines on businesses or organizations that require them to be vaccinated against the coronavirus as a condition of employment.

“This law strikes the right balance between the right of individuals to make their own health care decisions and employers’ power to regulate the workplace,” said Republican State Senator Burgess, who introduced the bill.

Florida Governor DeSantis, who has criticized the Biden administration’s vaccination and mask requirements, said when the bill was passed, “Florida residents will not lose their jobs because of the vaccination and will be protected from rights violations and discriminatory policies.” .

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