Delta Will No Longer Make Unvaccinated Employees Pay Insurance Surcharge


Delta Air Lines will no longer require unvaccinated employees to pay an additional $200 for health insurance every month, CEO Ed Bastian said Wednesday, as companies have dropped vaccination requirements in recent months as Covid-19 cases have declined.

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Delta is no longer charging unvaccinated employees more “given the fact that we really do believe that the pandemic has moved to a seasonal virus,” Bastian told reporters and analysts on a call Wednesday, as reported by the Associated Press.

The change is effective as of this month, Bastian said, and will apply to all unvaccinated employees going forward.

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