US Airline drastically cuts flights due to more than 3,000 employees testing positive for C19

11th Jan 2022

The US airline is implementing flight cuts brought about by its 3000 employees testing positive for Covid-19. However, none has been hospitalized. “Since our vaccine policy went into effect, the hospitalization rate among our employees has been 100x lower than the general population in the U.S.,” said United Airlines chief executive, Scott Kirby through an internal memo.

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