232 United Airlines workers will be fired for not getting vaccine: CEO

232 United Airlines workers will be fired for not getting vaccine: CEO


United Airlines will fire more than 200 employees for refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19, the company’s CEO said in a report Wednesday.

The firm — which announced a vaccine mandate for workers in August — said 232 of its 67,000 US employees missed the deadline and are now being canned, CEO Scott Kirby told CBS News.

“I wish we would have gotten to 100 percent but out of our 67,000 US employees, there are 232 who haven’t been vaccinated and they are going through the termination process now,” Kirby said of the Chicago-based airline.

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United was one of the first major US companies to announce a vaccine mandate, giving employees a deadline of late September to get jabbed.

After the mandate, Kirby said

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