Wizz Air to make COVID vaccination mandatory for cabin crew

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Hungarian low-fare airline Wizz Air will require all cabin crew to be vaccinated against the coronavirus from December 1, the company said on Wednesday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

In special cases, the vaccine can be replaced by regular antigen or PCR tests, they added.  

The new rule will be introduced to protect the health and safety of passengers and crew and to ensure the smooth operation of Wizz Air flights, the company said.

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