United Airlines will require a certificate of vaccination against coronavirus from new employees

The company said it will take into account the religious or medical circumstances of candidates who cannot be vaccinated.

The American airline United Airlines will require new employees to provide evidence that they have been vaccinated against coronavirus. This was reported on Saturday by CNBC, citing an internal letter from the company.

New employees “will have to upload their vaccination certificate to their personal account no later than seven days after being hired,” the airline said in a statement. This rule will apply to those who receive a job offer after June 15. The company said it will take into account the religious or medical circumstances of candidates who cannot be vaccinated. In January 2021, United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby proposed requiring all employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, but the airline did not take this step.

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Author: Steve Cowan
Graduated From Princeton University. He has been at the Free Press since October 2014. Previously worked as a regional entertainment editor.
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