Chobani offering workers paid time off to get COVID-19 vaccine

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Food company Chobani says it will offer its workers paid time off to get vaccinated for COVID-19, an early indication of a strategy some employers may take to encourage workers to get inoculated.

The yogurt maker, which has roughly 2,200 U.S. workers, says it will cover up to six hours of time for Chobani employees to get vaccinated—three hours for each of the two COVID-19 vaccine doses. It also is looking into hosting on-site vaccination clinics as soon as food processing workers become eligible, the company says.

“It’s simple, fair and the right thing to do,” Peter McGuinness, president and

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