T-Mobile has stated that employees who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 would be fired by April.

According to an internal company memo leaked on the site The T-MO Report, T-Mobile US will dismiss corporate employees who are not properly vaccinated against COVID-19 by April 2.

T-new Mobile’s policy was disclosed in an email from the company’s human resources chief to all employees on Friday, according to the blog. It comes after the US Supreme Court invalidated US President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccination-or-testing rule for large employers on January 13.

The memo stated, “Employees who have not yet taken steps to acquire their first dose and upload proof by February 21 will be placed on unpaid leave.” “Affected employees who have not completed their vaccinations by April 2 will be terminated from T-Mobile.”

The vaccine requirements do not apply to field technicians and most in-store retail roles, according to the message, which was sent to “all personnel (except foreign).”

T-Mobile stated in a statement on Saturday that “we are requiring office staff to be completely vaccinated by April 2 (with restricted exceptions for particular positions, locations, and legally necessary accommodations and exemptions).” “Badge-controlled offices remain only accessible to people who have been vaccinated against COVID-19,” it stated.

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