However, before the case was merged, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit-probably the country’s most conservative court of appeals-issued an order blocking the authorization.
The Biden administration stated in a document filed overnight on Tuesday that the Fifth Circuit had errors in its interpretation of the Occupational Safety and Health Act that restricted the scope of the law, while also arguing that the Fifth Circuit did not properly Consider the public health interest and let the order take effect.
“In short, in addition to a large number of hospitalizations, other serious health impacts and huge expenses, delaying the standard may result in many deaths every day,” the government said in the new document. “That is the convergence of the highest level of damage.”
The OHSA policy officially announced earlier this month requires companies with 100 or more employees to require employees to be vaccinated or wear face masks when undergoing routine Covid-19 tests.
The government told the Sixth Circuit that if it does not lift the order to block the authorization, it should at least amend the Fifth Circuit’s order, “so that the blocking and testing requirements can remain valid while the lawsuit is pending.”
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