U.S. President Joe Biden said on Thursday (7) that more and more companies in the country are forcing their employees to be vaccinated against Govt-19, which they categorize as crucial to ending the epidemic and stabilizing the economy.
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“I urge more employers to act,” Biden said. “My message is: Your employees need to be vaccinated,” he added.
“With vaccines, we will overcome this epidemic. Without them, we would face endless months of chaos in hospitals, economic losses and anxiety in schools.”
The United States had a rapid start in the use of vaccines in the first half, but the pace slowed between May and August – especially in states where there are people who do not want to be vaccinated, despite the fact that immunization agents have proven efficacy and effectiveness. The number of fully immunized people in the country has not reached 60%.
This week, the United States reached 700,000 Govt victims, and Biden called for more Americans to be vaccinated. Watch the video below.
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Biden calls for more adherence to vaccines
US President Joe Biden takes booster dose of Govt vaccine this Monday (27) – Photo: Kevin Lamarck / Reuters
Last month, Biden ordered all federal and government contract workers to be vaccinated, and private employers with 100 or more workers must vaccinate or test their employees by Dec. 8. That order includes 100 million people, two-thirds of the country’s workforce.
Biden reinforced this demand when he visited the construction of the future Microsoft data center near Chicago.
Biden cited companies such as United Airlines, which has set October as the deadline for their employees to be fully vaccinated and is the first airline in the country to make that decision. He also praised other companies such as Walt Disney, Walkreens Pharmacy and Microsoft.
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