Texas Bans Enforcement of Immunization Regulations by “Any State Institution”

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed an executive order banning the enforcement of coronavirus vaccine mandates by “any agency” in the state.

For this reason, Texas corporations and companies cannot, through this regulation, require proof of vaccination from those who defend themselves against the ingestion of doses for “personal reasons of conscience”.

Texas Bans Enforcement of Immunization Regulations by “Any State Institution”
Texas Bans Enforcement of Immunization Regulations by “Any State Institution”

“No Texas company may force any person, including an employee or consumer, to receive a COVID-19 vaccine who is protesting against such a vaccine for personal conscience, religious reasons, or medical reasons.” Abbott has moved in this new standard.

In addition, the Implementing Ordinance provides that violations of these regulations will be punished with the maximum penalty permitted under a section of the Texas government law.

“The vaccine against COVID-19 is safe, effective and our best defense against the virus, but it must remain voluntary and must never be enforced,” Abbott said in a statement announcing the measure.

Abbott, on the other hand, has advised the US state and Senate to put a ban on vaccine mandates on the agenda of the state legislative session and has proposed that Texas regulations be overturned if a law is passed.

This is how the Governor of the Republican Party of Texas responds to the announcement made last month by the President of the United States, Joe Biden, who warned that companies with one hundred or more employees must be forced to get vaccinated or run tests on a regular basis .

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