Delta Airlines announced this week that it would require employees who did not receive the COVID-19 vaccine to pay $ 200 more per month for their health insurance.
“This is the first headline I’ve seen where a large company has gone so far as to charge a higher premium if you don’t get vaccinated,” said Norbert Kiegel, a partner at Warner’s Employee Benefits / Executive Compensation Practice Group. “And the dollar is also quite significant. $ 200 a month is an eyebrow lift. ”