(Worthy News) – The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected a challenge brought by Maine health care workers to the state’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, signaling the justices are not inclined to weigh state requirements on COVID shots.
A group of Maine health care workers had asked the Supreme Court to halt the vaccine requirement in the state, where more than 2,000 nurses and medical techs oppose the Democratic governor’s requirement to get vaccinated or be fired. Workers were required to be vaccinated by the end of October.
They argued the mandate from Gov. Janet Mills runs afoul of federal law because it does not provide them with a religious exemption to the shot. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]
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