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United Airlines CEO wants to make Covid vaccines mandatory for the company’s employees – CNBC

United Airlines CEO wants to make Covid vaccines mandatory for the company’s employees, a stance that differs from other airlines and sectors.

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United Airlines’ CEO wants to make Covid-19 vaccines mandatory for employees and is encouraging other companies do the same.
It’s a stance that differs from what some other carriers and¬†companies have recently said. United had more than 60,000 active U.S. employees at the end of 2020 and has sent recall notices to some 17,000 other workers whose jobs were cut last year.
“The worst thing that I believe I will ever do in my career is the letters that I have written to the surviving family members…

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