President Joe Biden is widely expected to sign an executive order that mandates immunization against the Chinese Communist Party virus (COVID-19) for all federal workers and contractors.

Negative test results will no longer exempt people from being vaccinated. The new rule will apply to about 2.5 million workers according to White House estimates. More testing and stringent face mask requirements will also be required.

Affected employees include those working for the Department of Defense, Department of Veterans Affairs, Indian Health Service, and National Institutes of Health.

The Biden administration is separately preparing to roll out “booster doses” for those who previously received two shots.

The measures are hoped to address a high level of vaccine hesitancy from numerous adverse effects, unknown long-term effects, and contradicting results.

“Ridiculous, there are many people with natural immunity,” The 70s Were Great said on Twitter. “That is as good as, or better than, a vaccine that lasts only six to nine months. My 30 year-old son had Pfizer in January [and] he got COVID last week.”

“A lot of people are going to die,” Lana Claudine said on Twitter. “The federal government is one of the largest employers.”

Another social network user believes such an executive order might cause a worker shortage.

“What a scumbag, we need to see a massive shortage for workers,” MR.305 said on Twitter.

Robert Malone, who invented messenger ribonucleic acid technology in the vaccine, previously warned mass immunization could increase the severity of infection.

“The vaccine causes the virus to become more infectious than would happen in the absence of vaccination,” he said. “This is the bacteriologist’s work-nightmare.”

BL can reveal this argument is based on an antibody reaction with respiratory syncytial virus that dates back to the 1960s.

“[It] causes more child deaths in vaccine recipients than [being] unvaccinated,” Malone said.

Whether the executive order will override procedures for military members, who do not want the jab for religious or medical reasons, remains unclear.

Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby and Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin previously revealed vaccination would be mandatory for all serving military members beginning in September.

“I will seek the president’s approval to make the vaccines mandatory no later than mid-September, or immediately upon the U.S. Food and Drug Administration licensure–whichever comes first,” Austin said.