Florida Governor Ron DeSantis(R) continues to take on tyrannical COVID policies — and win.
Thanks to a recent law putting restrictions on companies that mandate the vaccine for employees, Disney has now dropped their vaccine requirement for employees.
Disney is pausing the enforcement of its COVID-19 vaccine mandate in Florida in response to the state’s enactment of a law placing several restrictions and requirements on companies that mandate vaccines for employees, according to an internal memo obtained by The Epoch Times.
“As we assess the full impact of this new legislation, we are immediately pausing the enforcement of our mandatory vaccination policy for Florida-based cast members and employees until further notice,” the memo stated.
“All pending requests by Florida-based cast members and employees for an accommodation exempting them from the company’s vaccine mandate will be considered on hold for the time being and [there] will not be evaluation.”
Disney Resort employee Stephen Cribb said she thinks the company is using the pause to regroup and “to see what their recorse is.
“This has thrown them off a bit–once they figure things out, legally, to see how they can get around the law,” Cribb told The Epoch Times.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ press secretary Christina Pushaw cited DeSantis’ policy for stopping the vaccine mandate.
She also said any workers fired because of the vaccine mandate could be rehired if they wanted to be.
And of course I hope anyone who already lost their job due to these mandates would be rehired if they want to be.
— Christina Pushaw 🐊 (@ChristinaPushaw) November 20, 2021
DeSantis is now becoming unstoppable in Florida partly due to the job he has done handling the pandemic.
Democrats are no longer dumping a lot of money into candidates to try and beat him.
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