By CBS 2 Chicago Staff

CHICAGO (CBS) — Chicago-based United Airlines is taking a hardline stance about vaccines.

Workers have a month to either get their COVID shots, or find a new job. The airline moved up its deadline for full vaccinations to September 27.

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Anyone not vaccinated has less than two weeks to get their first shot, if they want to get the second dose in time.

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United said any employee not vaccinated by the end of September will be fired.

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The CEOs of American, Delta, and Southwest Airlines said they don’t plan to mandate vaccines since many of their workers have already been immunized.

CBS 2 Chicago Staff