Texas Governor Rick Perry issued a new notice. After calling for the reinstatement of anti-abortion laws he now says that there will be no fight for anyone who does not want to get the COVID-19 shot.
Greg Abbot, Texas governor, issued an executive order to stop the establishment of Workers in both the public and private sector must be vaccinated against SAR-CoV-2
It was stated in the Abbott order thatIt is impossible for any entity to force consumers or workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
In summary, those who oppose vaccination for medical reasons are protected (understandably)…but There are those who choose not to have their vaccines administered due to religious convictions or conscience.
In the statement shared by Greg Abbott himselfReports indicate that the Executive Order against compulsory vaccination has been transferred from the Chief Secretary of Congress to the Secretary of Senate. It will then be discussed at the third special session. “The executive order will be cancelled after the legislation mentioned above is approved.”
Texas governor Rick Perry clarified that he was not against the COVID-19 vaccination. He believes vaccines are safe, effective and the best way to combat the pandemic.
So? Despite the fact that vaccination is the only way to stop pandemics, Consider this app “It must not be forced, but voluntary.”
Texas governor says that any entity calling for the application of a COVID-19 vaccine must be approved by him. You could be sent to prison or fined.It’s not surprising that President Joe Biden issued the decree.This executive order will replace local officials.n Response to the COVID-19 catastrophe”.
This means that Abbot will sue Biden. He described the presidential order by the Democratic Party as “intimidation”.
“Existence Another example of federal overexpansionc. The Biden government is intimidating private entities to enforce the Covid-19 vaccination.Texas’ continued recovery could be threatened by the disruption of its workforceCovid-19 disaster
So far, the White House has not ruled on the way the Governor of Texas vetoed Joe Biden’s decree.