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United Airlines Workers Score Big Victory In Their Fight For Medical Freedom


I will likely never fly United Airlines regardless of their policy changes, but this is great for the employees who were strong-armed and put out of a job by the faceless corporation.

After a judge found United Airlines guilty of coercing employees into taking the vaccine, the company has started to backpedal on its policies.

According to the latest reports, United Airlines will allow unvaccinated employees to return to work at the end of this month—March 2022.

The question I really want answered is: do they even want to return at this point?

Here’s what we currently know about the reported change:

Washington Examiner reports:

United fired 200 employees, and those close to the airline’s decision said they will not be allowed to return. Newly hired workers, however, will still be required to show proof of vaccination.

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The airline’s decision, which will allow unvaccinated workers to assume customer-facing roles as of March 28, comes as a result of declining COVID-19 cases and the easing of many restrictions nationwide.


Market Watch adds:

United said in August last year that its 67,000 U.S. employees would have to be vaccinated against COVID-19 or face termination, making it one of the first U.S. companies to impose such a mandate.


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