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…

Source: 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”