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On January 13, 2022, by a vote of 5-4, the U.S. Supreme Court stayed a pair of injunctions that had prevented implementation of the CMS Vaccine Mandate in 24 states. The Supreme Court’s ruling means that, for now, the CMS Vaccine Mandate should be in effect nationwide.1

How Did We Get Here?

On November

To assist health care providers that will soon be required to enforce a COVID-19 vaccine mandate, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services issued guidance on December 28, 2021 regarding updated timelines for compliance and available enforcement remedies.

As noted in our December 16, 2021 alert, the Omnibus COVID-19 Health Care Staff Vaccination Interim

A nationwide injunction that prevented a health care worker COVID-19 vaccine mandate from taking effect has now been narrowed by a federal appellate court to apply only in the states involved in the lawsuits against the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

As outlined in our prior alert, a federal judge in Louisiana

In a preliminary injunction issued on Tuesday, November 30, 2021, a federal judge in Louisiana temporarily blocked the implementation and enforcement of an interim final rule by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) that would require employees of Medicare and Medicaid certified health care providers and suppliers to have an initial COVID vaccine

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