VACCINE MANDATE: Higher insurance costs, no business travel for unvaccinated U.S. employees, JPMorgan says

Unvaccinated JPMorgan Chase employees in the United States will be subject to a slew of restrictions, the company said Monday, including twice-weekly testing, higher insurance costs and no business travel.

In a memo sent to employees and provided to The Washington Post, the nation’s largest bank said that unvaccinated employees and those who haven’t disclosed their vaccination status would not be allowed to travel for business purposes, other than for internal employee meetings within their market.

All in-person meetings “and any other type of in-person interaction” between unvaccinated employees and clients or vendors would be restricted, the company said.

“Clients are increasingly asking us to ensure meetings are restricted to vaccinated employees,” it added.

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