China News Service, November 30, reported comprehensively that with the emergence of Ome Kiron strain cases in many countries around the world, US President Biden once again called on the public to be vaccinated on the 29th.

But on the same day, the Missouri federal court suspended the Biden government’s new crown vaccine injunction against health workers in federally funded hospitals in 10 states.

The order was originally scheduled to take effect on January 4, 2022.

On December 14, 2020 local time, Stephanie, a nurse at the Jewish Medical Center in Long Island, New York, was vaccinated against the new crown.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Liao Pan

  According to the report, the federal district judge appointed by Trump, Matthew Scape, was persuaded by the views put forward by the states that the vaccine injunction would lead to a shortage of personnel.

  "Allowing some unvaccinated employees, staff, interns, students, volunteers, and contractors to participate in the operation of medical institutions is obviously better than allowing medical institutions to choose between two unfavorable options-providing substandard care or not providing Make choices in health care services,” Skep wrote in a 32-page ruling.

  According to the regulations of the Biden government, more than 17 million employees of approximately 76,000 medical institutions and home healthcare providers that receive funds from government health plans must be vaccinated against the new crown.

Employees are required to receive the first dose of vaccine before December 6, and the second dose of vaccine before January 4, 2022.

  The 10 states that filed lawsuits include Alaska, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

  This lawsuit is one of four lawsuits faced by the Biden administration due to the order, and more than half of the states in the United States have participated in these lawsuits.

  Another broader mandatory vaccination order from the Biden administration was also suspended by the court shortly after its issuance.

The order requires companies with more than 100 employees to force their employees to be vaccinated or undergo regular virus testing.

  With the emergence of Omi Kiron strain cases in many countries around the world, US President Biden said in a speech on the 29th that the new variant is worrying but will not cause panic.

He said that "sooner or later" the United States will find confirmed cases of the latest strain, and begged Americans to be vaccinated against the new crown, saying that vaccination and boosters are the best way to fight the epidemic.