December 6, 2023

Three Big Airlines Decided Not to Mandate Covid-Jab to Their Employees


In an article published on August 11, 2021, by CNN Travel, writer Pete Muntean stated that American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, and Delta declared no mandatory inoculation for their employees.

Based on the CNN reports, executives from the three airline companies said they will not oblige unvaccinated employees to get the jab, differing from United Airlines’, which mandated workers to get inoculated by October 25 or face getting fired.

American Airlines does not require employees to get the jab, but they offer incentives and one extra day of vacation to those who choose to get vaccinated. Similarly, Southwest Airlines will ‘continue to strongly encourage’ their employees to get inoculated, but it is not a requirement for going back to work. Meanwhile, 75% of Delta employees are already vaccinated even without the companywide mandate.

Editor’s Note: First, we must remember that CNN is part of the Trusted News Initiative, and hence, all articles it creates are geared towards a specific agenda [Read Trusted News Initiative or Corrupted News Initiative? Mission: Systematic censorship of the world’s top public health experts]. Was CNN just playing with words to make people think these airlines are geared towards the employees’ interests? Maybe, but we should think again. The latest news reports show that CNN was lying.

As of writing, a recent report covers the call to boycott Delta Airlines. Protestors say that Delta airlines have been acting contrary to their words. While there is no companywide mandate for vaccination, there is discrimination within the company. Reports have recently said that insurance[1] for unvaccinated employees has increased by $200 a month.

On the other hand, several United Airlines employees have filed a lawsuit[2] against United, seeking to halt the inoculation mandate.

Some airline management must have known the consequences of grave coercion. They know they cannot mandate the covid-jabs. If your employer is forcing you to take the jab, take note of the following:

  1. Stay in your job. An alternative is to tell your company you’re not refusing it. Tell them you’re just waiting until the clinical trials are over and until the safety data is analyzed & available so you can exercise ‘informed consent.” If anything, let them fire you. You can claim wrongful termination as a last resort. [In the Philippines, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) has issued several memos protecting employees’ rights from mandatory vaccination. Read; Also read New Video from Covid Call to Humanity: Decon-1 and CEOs: Do You Want to Destroy the Country and Your Own Future? Coerce Workers to Get the Vaccine, the Kill Shot.]
  2. There is Potential Liability[3]covid | Defending The Republic on companies and universities that mandate the vaccine if an employee or student undergoes any Adverse Events or Death from a mandatory EUA vaccine. In the Philippines, it is clearly stated in the Covid-19 Vaccination Program that the vaccines are experimental. The Vaccination Act 2021, stated in Sec 2. (C): Recognize the experimental nature of the COVID-19 vaccines available in the market and compensate for any serious adverse effects (SAEs) arising from the use of the injection experienced by the people inoculated through this program. [4]

3. You have the right to informed consent and the option to refuse. [See Can Employers Require You to Take the COVID Injection? (; Study: Subjects of vaccine trials must be informed of possible worsened clinical disease; Without informed consent, COVID vaccines are illegal]

As an employee and a human being, you have the right to decide for your own body. No one can tell you to endure a medical intervention you don’t need. Remember, the Nuremberg Code was created for a reason. Are you simply going to let go of your right to be treated with respect and dignity?

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