Biden calls on more U.S. businesses to require COVID-19 vaccinations

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By Jarrett Renshaw and Alexandra Alper ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill. (Reuters) – President Joe Biden on Thursday said more U.S. businesses should obligate workers to receive COVID-19 vaccinations, calling the move vital to ending the pandemic and sustaining the economy. “Today I’m calling on more employers to act,” Biden said. “My message is: Require your employees to get vaccinated. With vaccinations, we’re going to beat this pandemic finally. Without them, we face endless months of chaos in our hospitals, damage to our economy and anxiety in our schools.” Biden last month ordered all federal worke…

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