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Lidl offers $200 extra pay to U.S. employees who get COVID-19 vaccine, joining Aldi and others


German supermarket chain Lidl will give U.S. employees $200 in extra pay if they get a COVID-19 vaccine, the company said on Wednesday, becoming the latest employer to offer such incentives.

The grocer, which sells its products in more than 125 stores across nine East Coast states, said it wanted to encourage employees to have a vaccine against coronavirus. The payment will cover any costs related to vaccine administration, including travel and child care costs, it said.

Lidl said nearly eight in 10 of its employees plan to get the vaccine as soon as it becomes available, according to an internal survey, adding it was working with state officials to ensure its…


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