Alaska Airlines latest airline to mandate COVID-19 vaccines for its employees

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Alaska Airlines is now requiring its employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, making it the latest in a growing list of airlines and other companies to implement such a mandate. The airline said in an email to Alaska Airlines and Horizon Air employees that they would have to be vaccinated or apply for an exemption, The Seattle Times reported. The message didn’t set a hard deadline on when employees needed to be vaccinated, though it could be as early as Dec. 8, the newspaper reported.Andrea Schneider, Alaska Airlines’ senior vice president for people, said in a memo that the decision is in line with President BidenJoe BidenFrance (and Britain) should join the Quad Election denialists smacked down by Idaho secretary of state Under Biden, the US could fall further behind in the Arctic MORE’s recent executive order requiring federal contractors to be vaccinated.Schneider said the company’s mandate applies to the airline's subsidiaries and some of its contr
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