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U.S. automakers will extend mask requirements at auto plants -Breaking


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WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – Detroit’s Big Three Automakers announced Tuesday that they would require workers to wear facemasks on worksite but not mandate unionized employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

General Motors Co (NYSE) and Ford Motor (NYSE), Stellantis, the parent of Chrysler, and United Auto Workers in a joint declaration agreed that union workers would be asked to declare their vaccination status. Stellantis announced last week that all 14,000 non-union salaried employees in the United States would have to be fully immunized against COVID-19 by January 5.

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