Florida Governor opposes Biden on vaccine mandate

Florida Governor opposes Biden on vaccine mandate
Florida Governor opposes Biden on vaccine mandate

Florida’s Governor Ron DeSantis entirely disagree with President Joe Biden’s new vaccination requirements that might be affecting over 100 million Americans in the coming days.

In recent days Biden declared a new sweeping vaccine mandate that requires all companies those are having more than 100 workers to be vaccinated or get COVID-19 tested every week. This might be referred to as the addition to the rule that says states health care workers and federal contractors must also be vaccinated.

While speaking at the White House, President Biden strongly criticized those million of the citizens of America who have not to get vaccinated with 1st dose also. At the same time, having the availability of vaccines in the country, many people have not immunized themselves.

Biden said, “We’ve made vaccinations free, safe and convenient. The vaccine has FDA approval. Over 200 million Americans have gotten at least one shot. We’ve been patient. But our patience is wearing thin. And your refusal has cost all of us. So please, do the right thing.”

Biden added that his statement is to protect the vaccinated Americans from those who are unvaccinated.

The governor of Florida, while opposing the mandate, said that the vaccine mandate is like a federal overreach. He added that he plans to protect the jobs of Florida residents by challenging Biden’s order.

Governor DeSantis said, “I would say, generally, that when you are taking action that’s unconstitutional and threatening the jobs of people in my state. Many many thousands of jobs. I am standing for them. We are going to protect their jobs against federal overreach. This is a guy who criticizes the state of Florida for protecting parents’ rights. Yet here he comes from Washington, D.C., instituting an unprecedented (mandate). That’s not leadership.”

Till now, it had not been made clear from which date the new vaccination requirement would come into effect. According to the White House, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is expected to issue the rule “in the coming weeks,” according to the White House.