Publix Anyone? Kroger Discriminating Against The ‘Unvaccinated,’ Targets Them With A Monthly Health Surcharge And Cuts To COVID-19 Sick Leave

Publix is set to challenge Kroger in states like Kentucky and will soon be eating their lunch



In a bid to push more of its workers to get vaccinated against COVID-19, Kroger will eliminate paid pandemic-related leave and charge $50 per month to employees that haven’t gotten shots.

Kroger stopped short of mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for workers, but said it is “modifying policies to encourage safe behaviors including vaccination.” Company officials added the grocer will also continue to offer a one-time $100 bonus to workers that get fully vaccinated.


The $50 surcharge goes into effect Jan. 1 and applies to salaried associates enrolled in a company health plan. The extra expense would cost an employee $600 per year.

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