The Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration said it is suspending its enforcement of the Biden administration’s new rules ordering larger employers to either require that their workers get vaccinated against “emergency temporary standard” or undergo weekly testing.

OSHA, which posted the announcement on its website, added that it “remains confident in its authority to protect workers in emergencies.”

The agency’s decision to stop implementing and enforcing the new rule comes after a federal appeals court on Friday reaffirmed an earlier temporary halt to the Biden administration’s vaccine rule and ordered OSHA to stop enforcing or implementing the regulation.

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