© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Delta Air Lines passenger planes park at Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport in Birmingham, Alabama, the United States, on March 25, 2020 due to flight reductions to slow the spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19). REUTERS / Elijah
BOSTON (Reuters) – The CEO of Delta Air Lines (NYSE 🙂 said on Sunday that the company had not made a decision on whether to prescribe COVID-19 vaccines as requested by the White House.
The vaccination rate at the airline should be over 90% by November 1, CEO Ed Bastian told reporters on the sidelines of a conference of the airline company IATA in Boston.
The White House is pushing the major US airlines https://www.reuters.com/business/aerospace-defense/exclusive-white-house-pressing-us-airlines-quickly-mandate-vaccines-2021-10-01, COVID . -19 vaccines for employees to commission by December 8th – the deadline for state contractors. Major US airlines have a number of federal contracts.
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