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Disney World reaches deal to mandate vaccine with unionized workers

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Disney World will require vaccinations for many of its employees at the Florida-based resort after the company made a deal with two of its employees' unions.

The resort, which is located in Orlando, Florida, reached an agreement with the Service Trades Council Union and the Actors Equity Association on Monday.

This is important since the STCU is Disney's largest union, representing more than 30,000 employees at the resort, or as Disney likes to call them "cast members."

"We appreciate the communication and collaboration with the union representatives as we put the safety of our Cast Members at the forefront of our health and safety protocols — getting the vaccine is the best way to protect each other," a Disney spokesperson told CNN Business.

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