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Delta, Southwest, American Airlines won't require vaccines for employees

Delta, Southwest, and American Airlines will not be requiring employees to get vaccinated. This comes after United Airlines announced it will require all 67,000 of its employees to get the vaccine by Oct. 25 or face termination.

News 12 Staff

Aug 11, 2021, 7:19 PM

Updated 1,045 days ago

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Delta, Southwest, and American Airlines will not be requiring employees to get vaccinated. This comes after United Airlines announced it will require all 67,000 of its employees to get the vaccine by Oct. 25 or face termination.
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