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OSHA Now Says Contractors, Other Employers Should Not Record Vaccine Reactions

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration reversed course on employer-mandated COVID-19 vaccinations on May 21. OSHA also changed guidance that previously said employers should record all adverse reactions to required vaccinations.

The new guidance gives employers a roughly one-year period during which COVID-19 vaccination reactions will not be required to be reported by the agency. The agency’s new online frequently asked questions page now reads:

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