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Employers have the right to set safety standards for the continued employment of their workers, in order to protect both their patients and other employees.

In this case, they don't have such right because forcing their employees to receive an experimental and untested vaccine against their will is a violation of the "The Nuremberg Code."

"The Nuremberg Code" states that no human being can ever be forced to participate in a medical experiment and a violation of the "The Nuremberg Code" is a crime against humanity, punishable by death.

The question was NOT forcing the vaccination or set safety standards but where is the authority derived to tell anyone that they must sign such a statement? It has nothing to do with setting safety standards. It's just plain bullying.
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