P&G releases details on possible vaccine policy

Procter & Gamble is considering implementing a COVID-19 vaccination requirement for its employees.

The Cincinnati-based consumer products giant is implementing one of three options, P&G Spokesperson Patrick Blair said in a statement to The Enquirer. 

Blair said the company will require all domestic employees to either provide proof of vaccination, have a "company-approved" vaccination exemption, or provide COVID-19 test results weekly.

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A requirement is expected to go into effect Nov. 1 and it will apply to 26,500 U.S. employees, the company says. 

P&G's announcement comes in response to President Joe Biden's plan to require businesses with over 100 employees to ensure workers are vaccinated or tested weekly

The Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration plans to issue an emergency temporary standard to enforce the requirement, which will impact over 80 million private sector employees, according to the White House

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