United Airlines will require all US employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine by fall
United Airlines passengers wait to check in bags in Terminal 1 at O'Hare International Airport Tuesday, June 29, 2021, in Chicago. - John J. Kim/TNS

United Airlines will require all of its U.S.-based employees get the COVID-19 vaccine by this fall. Earlier this year, United CEO Scott Kirby said he wanted to make the vaccine mandatory as long as the Chicago-based airline wasn’t the only company to do so. Now, with COVID-19 cases rising, United joins companies including Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Tyson Foods that have said they will require employees working in person get the shot. “We know some of you will disagree with this decision to require the vaccine for all United employees. But, we have no greater responsibility to you and your...