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WASHINGTON (LifeSiteNews) — After sidelining unvaccinated workers late last year, United Airlines will allow them to work again starting March 28.

The U.S. carrier wrote in a memo that the over 2,000 employees who’d been placed on leave as a result of the policy will be welcomed back.

The change allows those on unpaid leave to earn a living with the company again. It comes as the mandate was being challenged in court. Last month, a U.S. court of appeals ordered a new review of a previous decision not to block the mandatory jab policy at United.

Chicago-based United Airlines was the first major air carrier to issue a vaccine requirement.


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