"The Navy Federal Credit Union announced it will move forward with its COVID-19 vaccine policy starting this week, according to the new update. Navy Federal Credit Union is one of the largest credit unions in the United States for military and their families.
NFCU released a new update stating that they will continue their COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Program even after the Supreme Court ruling to put Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) on hold.
Below is their new update:
The ETS took effect Jan. 10, but on Jan. 13, the U.S. Supreme Court put the ETS on hold. We are moving forward with our COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Program as originally planned.
What this means for you:
The testing aspect of Navy Federal’s COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Program began this week. Partially vaccinated and unvaccinated employees will continue to test regularly as stated in our Vaccine and Testing Policy.
Effective immediately, we will return to the prior Face Covering Policy for all employees, regardless of vaccination status:
On campus, team members must wear face coverings when away from their desks and when around others.
In branches, team members must wear face coverings in all areas of the branch (both member-facing and non-member-facing).
To simply put:
Option 1. The vaccinated merely upload proof of vaccination.
Option 2. The unvaccinated must complete mandatory training, submit a vaccination status case (creation of a list), and adhere to protocols (Testing & Masking). This applies to all unvaccinated regardless of the reason. Therefore, no religious or medical exemptions for the Test which is a medical procedure.
HR will have vaccine status in a database, but noncompliance will result in leaders being alerted. Meaning your managers who have no right to know.
Navy Federal has also increased insurance an additional $100 per month for the unvaccinated. Below is the spreadsheet for 2022 Employee Bi-weekly Medical Premiums."
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