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Under Biden’s new approach, OSHA will develop an emergency regulation requiring companies with 100 or more employees to require staff to be vaccinated or tested weekly. (Photo: Al Drago/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) –U.S. companies grappling with the thorny issue of whether to require worker vaccinations against Covid-19 say the U.S. government needs to provide more details about a new, far-reaching mandate announced Thursday.

President Joe Biden’s directive requires vaccinations for all executive-branch employees, federal contractors and millions of health-care workers, while large private employers must either mandate shots or provide weekly testing. Businesses are now digesting the order, but there are concerns over what the mandate may entail.

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