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United Airlines vaccination mandate temporarily halted for employees seeking religious or medical exemptions

Added 09-28-21 02:04:03pm EST - “United Airlines on Sept. 24 agreed to temporarily halt its process allowing employees to submit exemption requests from its vaccine requirement, according to attorneys representing employees in a lawsuit.” - Foxbusiness.com

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Global Entrepreneurship Network chairman Jeff Hoffman on whether more airline companies will start requiring vaccinations for employees.

United Airlines agreed to temporarily halt its process allowing employees to submit exemption requests from its COVID-19 vaccine requirement, according to attorneys representing employees in a lawsuit.

United said in August that more than half of its 67,000 U.S.-based employees who weren't vaccinated would be required to get the vaccine by Sept. 27 or be placed on unpaid leave by Oct. 2, but made an exception for those with medical and religious reasons, which employees argue has not been the case.

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