What Are They Hiding? OSHA Announces They Will Not Enforce Policy That Requires Employers Record Their Worker’s Adverse Reactions to Covid-19 Vaccine “At Least Through May 2022”

In a dramatic shift in their enforcement policy that concerns the recordability of adverse reactions from vaccines, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) published a new Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) explaining that employers no longer need to report adverse reactions that their employees contract from COVID-19 vaccines.

The change was made because OSHA and other federal agencies are “working diligently” to push propaganda that compels people to take the experimental vaccine. The worker protection agency does not even want to hint at “any appearance of discouraging workers” from receiving the jab – as a result, they are no longer going to enforce 29 CFR 1904’s recording requirements that make businesses report vaccine side effects.

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