United Airlines announced on Thursday they will allow unvaccinated employees back to work on March 28 for some reason.
The move will allow hundreds of employees back to work who requested religious or medical exemptions from the experimental COVID vaccine.
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United Airlines Holdings Inc. will allow workers who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 for religious or medical reasons to return at the end of this month, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
The move permits staffers with exemptions from the carrier’s vaccination requirement for its U.S. employees to return from unpaid leave or from the non-customer-facing roles they were allowed to apply for as an alternative to their regular jobs, the report said.
United Airlines declined to comment on the matter when contacted by Reuters.
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