Disney World paying employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19
ORLANDO, Fla. - Walt Disney World will pay its employees to get vaccinated for COVID-19 in an effort to protect its workforce during the pandemic.
Disney says cast members who get their shots by September 30 are eligible for a one-time payment equal to four hours of pay. That's after they are "fully vaccinated."
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One cast member told FOX 35 News she'll get vaccinated simply because of the nature of her job.
"I am a server so as a server we are in very close contact with guests who are coming from all across the nation. At this point, we’re with them when they’re unmasked because they’re eating."
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Disney Health Services is trying to make it easy for cast members to get vaccinated by setting up pop-up vaccination sites throughout the property.