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Texas Sues Biden Admin Over Vac­cine Man­date For Health­care Workers

Texas vaccine mandate healthcare workers

Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing the Biden administration over its recent order requiring health workers to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Texas’ latest legal challenge targeting federal vaccination mandates.

The Biden administration issued an emergency order on Nov. 4 that required eligible workers at health care facilities participating in the Medicare and Medicaid programmes to receive the first dose of a two-dose vaccine or a one-dose vaccine by Dec. 6.

Press Release:

Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against the Biden Administration challenging its “Vaccine Mandate Rule.” This mandate imposes an unprecedented federal vaccine decree on nearly every full-time employee, part-time employee, student, intern, volunteer, and contractor working at a wide range of healthcare facilities receiving Medicare or Medicaid funding

“At a time when we need healthcare workers more than ever before, amid a harrowing worker shortage, the Biden Administration has prioritized this unlawful vaccine mandate over the healthcare of all Americans,” Attorney General Paxton said. “We need healthcare workers, regardless of their vaccination status, and this decision puts us on track for an impending disaster within the healthcare industry.”

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