A Texas judge has temporarily banned United Airline from offering paid employees who want to worship the Covid vaccine.
Two weeks ago a United Airlines employee sued the company in a Texas court over its receipt of the Covid vaccine.
Staff lawyers said the plane’s insistence violated the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
According to employers, United do not offer the opportunity for intercession or medical treatment as promised – instead, the workers are being given a six-year leave.
According to Reuters, a temporary ban is in place until October 26.
UPDATE: A judge has issued a temporary injunction barring United Airlines from granting vacation leave to potential applicants for the company’s coronavirus vaccine.
– Gregory Wallace (@gregorywallace) August 12, 2021
In August, United said all 67,000 U.S. workers should receive the Covid vaccine by September 27 unless they have religious or medical rights.
593 workers were still not welcomed after the deadline of September 27.