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Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates Turn Into Religious Tests at GE, Disney—Some Longer Than Others

Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates Turn Into Religious Tests at GE, Disney—Some Longer Than Others

Big U.S. companies are taking a range of approaches to dealing with employee requests for a religious exemption to Covid-19 vaccine mandates, according to internal documents viewed by The Wall Street Journal.

Employees at General Electric Co. who seek a religious exemption to the vaccine mandate are asked to answer 13 questions, including whether their religious beliefs prevent them from wearing seat belts or taking Tylenol. Workers at Tyson Foods Inc. requesting the same accommodation sign a two-question form.

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