Senator Barrasso on Vaccine Mandates

The percentage of Wyoming’s population that is fully vaccinated against the coronavirus remains one of the lowest in the country at 43 percent. U.S. Senator John Barrasso of Wyoming says he fully supports the vaccines that are available and believes they are a safe and reliable defense against COVID-19.

Senator Barrasso


Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon’s Office issued a statement last week where the Governor said he and Wyoming Attorney General Bridget Hill are preparing a legal challenge to the Biden Administration’s proposed vaccine mandates once they are finalized. Senator Barrasso says he supports Governor Gordon’s stance on the issue.

Senator Barrasso


Under the Biden Administration’s proposed vaccine mandates, any business with over 100 employees would have to require their employees be vaccinated or be subject to weekly testing for COVID-19. The mandate would be administered through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, however, OSHA has yet to finalize the rule.



7 Comments

  1. Bottom line; there is NOTHING that will stop the spread of Covid. Eventually everyone is going to get it. The vaccine is a personal choice. If you believe in it, get it. If you don’t, don’t. It is a virus, and you can’t escape it. So let’s move on with our lives.

  2. It is irresponsible for a medical doctor not to support a mandate that will save lives. It is a violation of his Hippocratic Oath. He should be ashamed, but, of course, he never is.

    • It would be irresponsible for a US Senator not to support personal freedom granted by the Constitution. You should appreciate that, but of course you never will

    • Hospitals are turning away folks who need life saving surgeries and transplants all because they arent vaccinated. Is that also irresponsible?

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