(Worthy News) – The U.S. Postal Service has asked the Biden administration for temporary relief from new vaccine or testing requirements covering large businesses for its 650,000 employees, warning of potentially “catastrophic” impacts.
Deputy Postmaster Doug Tulino, in a letter dated Tuesday and seen by Reuters, asked the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to delay by 120 days the deadline for USPS to comply with the agency’s vaccine-or-testing mandate for large businesses, covering more than 80 million American workers.
USPS, one of the largest civilian U.S. employers, says it cannot meet the requirements under the current deadlines and also faces time-consuming legal requirements to use and collect medical information and collective bargaining requirements. [ Source: VOA News (Read More…) ]
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