Qantas last month sparked controversy when it said it would require inbound and outbound international passengers to prove they were vaccinated against Covid-19. Boycott threats and questions about future vaccination policies among countries, travel suppliers and employers quickly followed. United Airlines gave its answer last week: It will require documentation of passenger vaccinations only if countries mandate that. 

Speaking during The Beat Live on Dec. 10, United CEO Scott Kirby said, "My guess is that it's . . .

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