Raytheon requires U.S. workers get COVID-19 vaccination -statement By Reuters
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Raytheon (NYSE:), the maker of Tomahawk missiles, will require all U.S. employees to have a COVID-19 vaccination, the company said in a statement.
According to a source, the employees must get their shots before December 31st to be able to meet the Jan. 1 deadline.
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