It looks like at least one corporation is finally ready to move on from the coronavirus hysteria as United Airlines has told unvaccinated employees that they can return to work in April.
It doesn’t look like all unvaccinated employees will be allowed back, but according to The Hill 2,200 employees will be allowed back to work.
Per The Hill
In a memo obtained by The Hill, the Chicago-based carrier wrote that about 2,220 of its employees have met vaccine-related reasonable accommodations to return to work.
United Airlines was one of the first major U.S. employers to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for its employees, according to Reuters.
“We plan to welcome back those employees who have been out on an approved [accommodation] to their normal positions starting March 28,” the memo said.
United noted the recent decline of virus cases in the U.S., using the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) mask guideline as an example.
The CDC earlier this month eased its mask recommendation for most Americans, advising that people living in communities with “low” or “medium” COVID-19 levels can go maskless.
So, apparently, United is beginning to tread the road to normalcy.
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