Employees of cell carrier T-Mobile will need to get their Covid-19 vaccinations, despite the recent Supreme Court decision knocking down President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandate for most private businesses.
According to a company email published by The Gateway Pundit, most US employees of T-Mobile will be placed on unpaid leave if they do not have an initial vaccine dose by February 21. They then have until April 2 to get fully vaccinated or they will be “separated” from the company, according to the purported email.
Employees are reportedly offered exemptions out of getting vaccinated, including medical or religious reasons. “Mobile experts” with the company also do not need to get vaccinated, it appears, but will instead rely on “precautions” that were already being taken with customers during the pandemic.
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