Oregon's OSHA has announced, formally, there will be no enforcement or pursuit of a mandatory vaccine mandate following the Supreme Court action last week.

OSHA OVERSEES OREGON'S L & I OPERATIONS

Like Washington and 15 other states, Oregon's Labor and Industries Department is 'overseen' or operated via an agreement with the Feds. The Operational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) basically runs their L-I.

Therefore, when Oregon OSHA says there will be no vax mandate, that means it's all but dead.

The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 to block the Biden Administrations requirement that all private businesses over 100 workers either require vax proof or mandatory testing.

   OSHA SAYS NO WEEKLY TESTING REQUIRED EITHER

"Oregon OSHA confirmed Friday it will not move forward with adopting the same or similar standard in the state."

This announcement means no mandatory weekly testing for unvaccinated workers, either. This is seen as a significant announcement because unlike Oregon, WA has yet to issue an official statement.

INSLEE IS VAGUE ON WHETHER THE STATE WILL PURSUE ITS OWN VAX MANDATE

When asked about the Supreme Court ruling, Gov. Inslee last week said there is no immediate plan to pursue a state-mandated vax requirement, but he did not say the matter was closed either. No WA state agencies have made any such announcement.

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According to KATU-TV in Oregon, Friday, January 14th, this is what was reported from Oregon OSHA:

"Oregon OSHA confirmed Friday it will not move forward with adopting the same or similar standard in the state."

Many in our state are looking for a definite similar statement from Washington officials, but it has yet to come.

 

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