The Gov. Kay Ivey of Alabama has sent a letter to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, cautioning Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for any companies with or over 100 employees will have a negative effect on the State’s economy.
In the address sent to Douglas Parker, the Assistant Secretary of Labor on Friday, Ivey urged OSHA not to embrace its COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) as a “last rule” as she alleged that the ETS is “misguided” and that any standard based off of it would be an “error.”
During the time she was speaking to her opponent, the vaccine mandate, which is currently facing legal fight, Ivey pleased to OSHA not to continue the mandate “sooner.”
She made it know that she has faith, a last standard based on the ETS would be “dangerous to businesses in Alabama” as “Important share of Alabama’s workforce have not collected theirs, even if it’s a dose” of the vaccine.
“Despite all the energy to enlighten and persuade Alabamians of the Importance of vaccine’s and effectiveness, I can conclude that majority of
Alabamians have profound and honest,” Ivey wrote.
“I strongly have faith that enforcement of the ETS will lead more Alabamians to quit their works and leave the work in the middle of a labor shortage.
The State of Alabama has stood so strong against the undemocratic and un-American Biden’s policy.