(Worthy News) – A Chicago-area hospital system could pay more than $10 million for denying employees religious accommodations to the COVID-19vaccinemandate, according to a proposed settlement negotiation pending before an Illinois federal court.
Lawyers for the plaintiffs claim this is the first class-action settlement over religious discrimination and the COVID-19 vaccines. A judge will hold a hearing to review the payout by NorthShore University HealthSystem later this month.
More than a dozen employees sued in October, alleging a violation of civil rights after the company refused to give religious accommodations to those seeking an opt-out from its COVID-19 vaccine mandate issued last year. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]
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