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Dispute over compulsory corona vaccination at Swiss escalates

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Dispute over compulsory corona vaccination at Swiss escalates

Some of the dismissed Swiss flight attendants are going to court. They are suing their old employer because of the mandatory vaccination that Swiss decided in autumn 2021.

Published: 23 minutes ago


Updated: 16 minutes ago


Swiss cabin crew have had to be vaccinated against Corona since November 2021.


Nicholas ImfeldEditor Economics

In mid-November 2021, the airline Swiss introduced compulsory corona vaccination for its cabin crew and pilots. The vast majority had already been vaccinated at that time – or had been vaccinated against Covid-19 in good time. But around 150 flight attendants resisted the spade. They were released last year.

Now ex-Swiss employees are taking their old employer to court. On January 13, 2023, the first lawsuit was filed by “Airliners for Humanity”, according to an internal statement from the association, which is available to Blick. Where remains unknown. Behind the merger is a “group of vaccinated, unvaccinated, boosted, recovered and, unfortunately, already terminated employees”, as it says on their website.

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