Meanwhile, the California state OSHA is not waiting for SCOTUS to rule on the Biden employer mandate – last week, the Cal/OSHA Standards Board voted to readopt the state ETS with some revisions and putting it in effect on January 14, 2022 for a 90-day period, ending April 14, 2022. Just a week ago, the California Department of Public Health extended its statewide mask mandate for all indoor public spaces for another 30 days to January 13.  Among the revisions adopted by CAL/OSHA, employers are now required to make COVID-19 testing available at no cost and during paid time to employees who are fully vaccinated; they must also make weekly testing (outbreaks) or twice-weekly testing (major outbreaks) available to asymptomatic fully vaccinated employees in an exposed group. Furthermore, it provides that the employer or a telehealth professional must observe at-home test results and additional details have been drafted on the different types of acceptable face coverings that must be available for employees.