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House Passes Legislation to End Biden Regime’s Healthcare Worker COVID-19 Jab Mandate


The U.S. House of Representatives voted on legislation that would end the Biden administration’s COVID-19 jab mandate for healthcare workers.

On Tuesday, the GOP-led House voted 227-203 to pass the ‘Freedom for Health Care Workers Act.’

Seven Democrats voted to pass the bill.

Otherwise, the vote went along party lines.

After three years of COVID madness, the overwhelming majority of Democrats still can’t relinquish the hysteria.

“The unscientific, unethical, unconstitutional COVID-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers was predicated on lies which I exposed on the House floor,” said Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY).

“The House will vote to end this mandate today.”


Rep. Jeff Duncan (R-SC) introduced the legislation to end the illogical, immoral, unconstitutional, and unethical mandate.

“Proud to see my legislation cross the finish line in the House to ensure medical freedom for our health care workers! We will not stop fighting to end Joe Biden’s COVID mandates,” Duncan stated.


The Hill reported:

Under the rules, health workers at Medicare and Medicaid-certified facilities are required to have at least their first dose in a primary series of coronavirus vaccinations in order to provide care, treatment or services. More than 10 million health industry workers across roughly 76,000 facilities are subject to the vaccine requirements.

With Democrats maintaining control of the Senate and President Biden likely to veto the bill if it were to reach his desk, the vote on Tuesday was largely a symbolic gesture to record GOP opposition to the administration’s COVID-19 policies.

The emergency standards were first issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in 2021 to minimize the risk of spreading the coronavirus among health care workers and patients and went into effect at the start of last year. The regulations were hotly contested in courts, with the Supreme Court ultimately ruling last year to uphold the requirements set for health workers while also overturning a similar requirement that was proposed for large employers.

Employees including doctors, technicians and nurses potentially face termination if they do not comply with the mandate, though some exceptions for religious and medical reasons are included in the requirements. If noncompliance occurs across an entire facility, then termination from Medicare and Medicaid programs could occur.


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