Delta Air Lines imposes $200 monthly insurance fee on unvaccinated workers


August 26, 2021

Shari L. Gross, Star Tribune

Delta Air Lines is requiring employees who haven't gotten a COVID-19 vaccine to pay a surcharge on their health insurance.

Delta Air Lines, days after the government fully approved a COVID-19 vaccine, took a harder line with its unvaccinated workers.

Employees on Delta's health plan who haven't been fully vaccinated will incur a $200 monthly surcharge, deducted from paychecks beginning in November, the company said Wednesday. That adds up to a $2,400 cut in annual pay.

It's the latest corporation to impose stricter COVID-19 personnel policies following the legal protections offered by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's full approval of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine on Monday.


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