(Matthew Chapman | Raw Story) – On Wednesday, CNBC reported that United Airlines is granting religious exemptions to some workers who don’t want to comply with the company’s vaccine mandate — but there’s a major catch. “United Airlines’ employees who are granted exemptions to a company vaccinate mandate for religious reasons will be put on temporary unpaid leave starting next month, the airline told staff Wednesday, citing the recent rise in Covid cases,” reported Leslie Josephs. “The airline last month said its 67,000-person U.S. workforce must be vaccinated against Covid-19 this fall, but said it would consider exemptions for religious and personal […]

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