Florida Department of Health To Impose Fines on Government Entities who Mandate Vaccines

PUNTA GORDA, Fla.—A Florida Department of Health official says he will fine Orange County if a Florida government entity goes through with mandating employees get vaccinated against the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus. On Sept. 24, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings said he received a letter from Doug Woodleaf, a division manager at the Florida Department of Health, warning the county that fines would be forthcoming for mandating vaccinations of county personnel. The letter says that Demings mandated vaccinations in July and required employees to surrender proof to the Human Resources Department. This carries a $5,000 per individual violation, according to Florida statutes. “This discriminatory policy infringes upon the fundamental rights and privacies of Floridians and is a direct violation of Section 381.0031, Florida Statutes,” Woodleaf wrote in his letter. Orange County has mandated that all employees get vaccinated. While Gov. Ron DeSantis has already outlawed vaccine passports, some have …Read More

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