Starbucks Drops Vaccine Mandate After Supreme Court Ruling

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Looks like, after a recent Supreme Court ruling, Starbucks has dropped their COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all employees. More details are below via Huff Post

“We respect the court’s ruling and will comply,” Starbucks Chief Operating Officer John Culver wrote in the memo.

On Jan. 3, Starbucks said it would require all employees to be vaccinated by Feb. 9 or face a weekly COVID test requirement. At the time, Culver said it was the responsibility of Starbucks’ leadership “to do whatever we can to help keep you safe and create the safest work environment possible.”

In Tuesday’s memo, Culver said the company continues to strongly encourage vaccinations and booster shots. - Huff Post

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