All employees of Walt Disney World theme park in Florida must be vaccinated against corona if they want to keep their jobs. Union Service Trades Council Union agreed to this shortly after the Pfizer vaccine was fully approved in the US. Anyone who wants to work in the park must prove that they have been vaccinated by 22 October. This now applies to trade union members as well as non-members and hired employees. Exceptions apply only on medical or religious grounds. According to the trade union, the people for whom there is no exception but who do not allow themselves to be pricked are said goodbye. However, they are free to apply to the company again in the future. The trade union with which Disney signed the agreement represented 43,000 of Disney World’s 77,000 employees prior to the outbreak of the pandemic. Disney already announced last month that all non-trade union members and hiring workers had to get vaccinated within 60 days. Disney offers employees the opportunity to be vaccinated on site.