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Will Boeing fire employees who do not receive the COVID-19 vaccine? At least not in Texas.
Boeing requires 125,000 employees in the United States to be vaccinated, not applicable in Texas
Boeing said on Tuesday that according to the White House’s vaccination mandate for government contractors, the company will require its 125,000 US employees to be vaccinated before December 8.
The largest aircraft manufacturer in the United States said: “Boeing requires its U.S. employees to produce proof of vaccination or have an approved reasonable exemption (based on disability or religious belief) before December 8.”
However, Boeing has more than 5,000 employees in Texas, and the state’s Republican Governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order on Monday prohibiting any entity (including private employers) from compulsory vaccinations.
Boeing has approximately 5,000 employees in Texas. In addition, there are more than 30,000 employees in Boeing divisions in the states of Alabama, Arizona, Missouri, Oklahoma, and South Carolina.
A Boeing spokeswoman said: “Due to the Texas executive order, the vaccination requirements announced by Boeing today are not immediately applicable to local sites. However, once these locations are included in Biden’s executive order, we expect They will be restricted by vaccination requirements.
Go against Biden, Governor of Texas: No company can force employees to be vaccinated.
According to a statement issued on the official website of the State of Texas (NBC) on Oct. 11th, Governor Greg Abbott of Texas issued an executive order on the 11th to prohibit any entity company, including private companies, from implementing the COVID-19 vaccination requirement on employees or customers….
Will Boeing fire employees who do not receive the COVID-19 vaccine?
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