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Citations over U.S. vaccine mandate could begin in early January

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By Jason Lange WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. federal agency on Saturday said it could start issuing citations to companies as soon as Jan. 10 for failure to comply with a nationwide mandate that they either vaccinate or test regularly for COVID-19, as a U.S. Supreme Court showdown over the policy looms. The announcement came one day after a U.S. appeals court reinstated the Biden administration policy that requires large businesses to verify employees are vaccinated against COVID-19 or submit to weekly testing. Another court in November had blocked the rule from the Occupational Safety and Hea…

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