Entertainment Swiss wants to announce Unvaccinated cabin staff
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The Swiss Lufthansa subsidiary Swiss wants to terminate cabin personnel, which can not be vaccinated against the coronavirus. That was announced by the Swiss on request. Before, the Tamedia newspapers had reported about it.
The airline had introduced the vaccinations for crews in August. It all must be completely vaccinated by December 1st. Background is that many countries want to leave flying staff only vaccinated into the country. More than half of the staff is already vaccinated, it said.
Who remains not to vaccinate, must probably expect the termination at the end of January 2022. Employees who need more time to consider should rest their employment for about six months and would have a return right. "For crew members, which can not be vaccinated for medical reasons, individual solutions are sought," a spokesman said.
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