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As a U.S. government contractor, Boeing is subject to President Biden’s Sept. 9 executive order requiring COVID-19 vaccines for federal contractors. Based on the executive order, Boeing is implementing a new requirement for U.S.-based employees to either show proof of being fully vaccinated from COVID-19, or have an approved reasonable accommodation by Dec. 8, 2021. Learn more >

The safety of Boeing employees, their families and visitors to our sites remains a top priority.

To ensure compliance with President Biden’s Sept. 9, 2021 executive order, Boeing is implementing a new requirement for U.S.-based employees to either show proof of being fully vaccinated from COVID-19, or have an approved reasonable accommodation (based on a disability/medical condition or sincerely held religious belief) exempting them from the requirement, by Dec. 8, 2021 (timing may vary in some states). Individuals who are unable to meet COVID-19 requirements due to a disability/medical condition or sincerely held religious belief may apply for a reasonable accommodation during the post-offer process. Individuals with approved accommodations will be subject to frequent COVID-19 testing.

Boeing has implemented a new COVID-19 Vaccination Policy in Australia that requires all new Boeing Australia hires to show proof of being fully vaccinated from COVID-19, or have an approved medical exception by 3 Dec. 2021. For Victorian based employees, the compliance date is 26 Nov. 2021.

All other global Boeing locations do not have a vaccination requirement at this time.

Read below for the most up-to-date information on how we have adapted our hiring practices in response to the coronavirus crisis.

Boing - Covid-19 FAQ's

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