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Fox News Has Stricter Vaccine Policy Than Biden’s Proposal

All yr, Fox News has been placating the vaccine-skeptical members of its viewers, particularly throughout their nighttime packages. They’ve been particularly upset over latest vaccine mandates, just like the one handed down from the Biden administration requiring federal employees and contractors to get vaccinated. But it seems that Fox itself has among the strictest vaccine mandates on the market. Fox Corp. HR chief Kevin Lord despatched out a memo this week saying that, “90% of our full-time employees reported that they are fully vaccinated.” He went on to say that “soon we will introduce another important health and safety measure for access to our facilities — daily COVID testing for the small group of employees who are not vaccinated or have not provided their vaccination status.” The Biden mandate for personal firms with greater than 100 workers when employees aren’t vaccinated is to have them bear weekly testing. Fox News is saying their unvaccinated employees should get examined each day. This signifies that for all of the bluster, skepticism, and COVID denial, Fox’s vaccine mandate is way stricter than that of the federal government that its hosts frequently criticize.

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