There is a possibility that thousands of intelligence workers in the United States who refuse to receive the coronavirus vaccine will be fired.
This is because of the vaccination requirements placed on federal employees, and it has been assessed that this situation will greatly affect both the United States and the world at large.
And Republican members of Congress in the United States have warned that the requirement to vaccinate federal employees could endanger the country’s national security.
Acting Utah Republican Chris Stewart, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, also confirmed in a congressional hearing.
He said 40 percent of the workforce of many members of the intelligence community, which includes 18 organizations, has not yet been vaccinated.
Stewart, who did not mention the names of the organizations involved due to the confidentiality of the information, also stressed that thousands of intelligence workers who refuse to be vaccinated are at risk of dismissal.
This is due to the federal vaccine mandate, which could pose a significant threat to the state and the national security of the country.
Illinois attorney Darren Lahoud also stated that Stewart’s concerns were valid and assessed that the dismissal of thousands of intelligence officers over the vaccine would greatly affect both the United States and the world at large.
Democrats are defending the federal government’s commitment to vaccination, saying that everyone should be vaccinated for the health and safety of the country.