President Biden announced a series of new, stricter vaccine mandates on Thursday, in an attempt to slow the spread of COVID-19.
The announcement included a vaccine requirement for all federal workers and health care staff.
He also instructed the Labor Department to require vaccination or weekly testing for all companies with 100 or more employees - or be fined for non-compliance.
As many as 100 million Americans would be affected by the new mandates.
Biden said the U.S. was "in much better shape" than before he took office, but that "we're in a tough stretch and it could last for a while".
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