Flight attendants demand more help as Omicron spre

2022-04-05
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In the wake of a party on a Sunwing Airlines flight from Montreal to Cancun, Mexico, flight attendants are demanding stronger action from government and carriers to ensure health and safety on board amid the Omicron surgeThe Davisville Guardian Pharmacy..

Videos of the Dec. 30 flight shared on social media appear to show passengers not wearing masks as they gather in close proximityThese were people that weren, singing and dancing in the aisle and on seatsThe B.1.617 variant, sometimes calle.

Wesley Lesosky, president of the Canadian Union of Public Employees airline division, which represents some 15,000 employees, says governments should work to speed up access to booster shots for flight crews and that airlines should scale back service in the aisles to limit flight attendants’ exposure to the virus.

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