St. Louis, Missouri 2021-09-14 21:47:00 –
Clayton, Missouri (KMOV.com)-The St. Louis County Council passed an ordinance on Tuesday requiring county employees to be vaccinated.
The bill was passed in line with political party policy, with all four Democrats supporting the bill and all three Republicans voting against it. Under this plan, employees in St. Louis County will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo regular inspections.
On Tuesday night, St. Louis County Assemblyman Tim Fitch will introduce steps calling for the protection of people made to receive the coronavirus vaccine.
The plan was introduced by Councilor Sholanda Webb. Many meeting attendees opposed the plan before the councilor voted. City council member Tim Fitch has asked Congress to postpone the vote until a plan to protect county officials under mandate is voted on.
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