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U.S. judge restrains United from placing employees receiving COVID-19 vaccine exemption on unpaid leave By Reuters


© Reuters. FILE PHOTO – Travelers make their way to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport amid the COVID-19 pandemic in Romulus (Michigan), U.S.A, December 24, 2020. REUTERS/Emily Elconin/File Photograph

CHICAGO, (Reuters) – United Airlines temporarily restraining employees on unpaid leave for religious exemptions to the COVID-19 vaccines was ordered by a U.S. court in Texas. The order was effective until October 26th.

The judge temporarily restraining the airline’s ability to deny late requests for medical and religious accommodation.

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