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11.15.2021

UNDER ARMOUR DELAYS RETURN TO CAMPUS TO EARLY 2022

COVID-19 Vaccination Policy Updated Requiring All U.S. and Canada Corporate Teammates Be Vaccinated by December 31, 2021

UNDER ARMOUR DELAYS RETURN TO CAMPUS TO EARLY 2022

COVID-19 Vaccination Policy Updated Requiring All U.S. and Canada Corporate Teammates Be Vaccinated by December 31, 2021

Under Armour updated this article on January 21, 2022 to reflect an update to the company’s vaccine requirements.    

After close monitoring of the latest COVID-19 developments, Under Armour shared plans for the return to campus for all U.S. and Canada corporate teammates, to early 2022, in order to continue to protect the health and safety of teammates and their families.     

However, Under Armour recognizes that the pandemic has taken a big toll on the mental health of our team and many teammates have expressed a desire to return to the office sooner. In an effort to focus on creating a strong culture, we are offering the opportunity for teammates to voluntarily return to campus starting September 13, 2021, provided they are fully vaccinated.    

Once UA’s corporate offices in the U.S. and Canada reopen in January, all corporate teammates will be required to be fully vaccinated and have their status verified by the company in order to come to campus or partake in company-sponsored travel. All U.S. and Canada corporate teammates must be fully vaccinated by December 31, 2021. This requirement also includes teammates designated as full-time remote.  

“The health, safety and well-being of our teammates, as well as their families, are our top priority. We want to provide teammates with a safe work environment and at this time, we believe that being vaccinated is the way to keep our team healthy and safe,” said Tchernavia Rocker, Chief People and Administrative Officer at Under Armour.     

At this time, U.S. retail and Distribution House teammates will not be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19. However, UA strongly encourages those teammates to get vaccinated and will provide incentives and vaccine clinics for those teammates. Teammates in other jurisdictions will continue to follow local, country-specific guidance.