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COVID-19 is impacting government contractors in a host of ways. This page—which we are making free to the public—collects the key government decrees and expert analysis as a resource for our community.

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Supreme Court Stays OSHA’s Vaccine-or-Test Rule

By: Sati Harutyunyan, Matthew L. Haws, Gabrielle Sigel, Emma J. Sullivan, Joseph J. Torres, and Ishan K. Bhabha of Jenner & Block On January 13, 2022, a divided Supreme Court...

Supreme Court Nixes OSHA Vaccine-Or-Test Mandate But Okays Healthcare Worker Vaccine Mandate

Morrison & Foerster - The Supreme Court has blocked a Biden administration rule relating to COVID-19 vaccine requirements, while allowing another to take effect. The...

The Latest on the Vaccine Mandate

Schoonover & Moriarty - There are currently at least three federal vaccine mandates winding their way through the courts. Most are blocked by judicial...

Appeals Court Upholds Preliminary Injunction on COVID-19 Federal Contractor Vaccine Mandate

Koprince McCall Pottroff - On Wednesday, January 5, 2022, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit issued another setback to the COVID-19...

Government Contractor Vaccine Mandate Still Stayed Despite Government Attempts to Overturn

Stinson LLP - The saga continues.  In prior alerts, we have been providing updates and analysis regarding continuing practical and legal challenges to implementing the...

Supreme Court Blocks OSHA Vax-or-Test ETS

Wiley - On January 13, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court blocked the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS), which required...

CDC Revises Guidance on Quarantine, Isolation, and Booster Shots

By Heather M. Sager, Jill L. Ripke, Matthew Goldberg & Brittany Sachs of Perkins Coie The CDC recently updated its guidelines on, among other things,...

Supreme Court’s Vaccine Mandate Decision Could Affect Federal Contractors’ COVID Requirement

Nichols Liu - On January 7, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court held an unusual oral argument on two petitions for emergency stays of COVID...

California State and Local Governments and Health Authorities Continue Updating COVID-19 Guidance and Recommendations

By Heather M. Sager, Jill L. Ripke, Matthew Goldberg, Brittany Sachs & Jessica Millar of Perkins Coie As the COVID-19 landscape evolves and the Omicron...

Agencies Must Establish COVID-19 Testing Programs for Certain Unvaccinated Feds and Contractors By Feb....

The Biden administration published new guidance to help federal agencies set up testing programs to screen unvaccinated federal workers and some contractors for COVID-19,...

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