A list of companies requiring vaccinations for all or part of their workforce or customers.
To safely reopen and remain open, companies across the U.S. are beginning to require vaccination for all or part of their workforce, and in some cases, for their customers. Below is a list, drawn from news reports and employer websites, of companies with requirements for COVID-19 vaccination. Most of the companies requiring vaccination offer medical and religious exemptions.
This list is not meant to be comprehensive and will be updated regularly.
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All U.S. based employees must be vaccinated if they are returning to the workplace or visiting customers or be tested weekly.Source
Corporate staff, nurses, pharmacists and other employees who face patients are required to be vaccinated.Source
All employees returning to the office must be vaccinated. Contractors, vendors or visitors must be vaccinated to enter offices as well.Source
Requiring expatriate employees, workers traveling internationally and employees on U.S.-flagged ships to receive vaccinations. Offshore workers in the Gulf of Mexico and some onshore support staff must be vaccinated by Nov. 1.Source
All employees must be vaccinated before entering a worksite or receive two negative COVD tests a week.Source
All employees working in corporate offices must be vaccinated. Does not apply to branch offices.Source
Hundreds of colleges and universities have also set vaccine requirements. Check out the Chronicle of Education for the latest information.
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