United Airlines was the first U.S. carrier to require vaccinations for all domestic staff members, publicizing its requirement in August.
Workers were notified to get immunized by Sept. 27th, or else they will be fired by Oct. 2nd. Those who turned down the vaccination would definitely be fired straight out.
Within a memorandum to staff members on Tuesday, acquired by the Real News Cast team, United Airlines Chief Exec Scott Kirby & President Brett Hart said that the service provider will begin the process of firing workers that chose NOT to be immunized against COVID-19, the condition brought on and known as the “Chinese Communist Party virus”.
The United Airlines administrators informed personnel that 99 percent of domestic workers “decided on getting immunized, leaving out individuals that filed for an exemption.”
” For the less than 1% of individuals that chose to never get or be jabbed, we’ll, sadly, we will start the process of separation from the airline company per our guideline,” the memorandum reads.
” This was an extremely tough choice, still, trying to keep our staff safe has consistently been our priority. The pandemic is killing 2,000 individuals daily – a 65% rise in thirty days – and the most efficient means to try to keep our people protected, is to ensure they’re immunized.”