White House Resident Joe Biden may be losing his patience with millions of Americans, but citizens take their freedoms seriously.
So is the case with hundreds of thousands of health industry workers throughout the nation.
🔹In Texas, Metropolitan Health Systems has backed off their failed plans to force experimental vaccines on their employees this month after realizing so many would not comply.
🔹Many healthcare workers are standing their ground about being “vaccinated” against COVID-19 and refusing to abide by their employers’ demands. As a result, hospitals and health systems have lost employees, and one healthcare executive said a mandate could cost his 21-hospital system too many nurses.
“We have about 6,000 nurses in our system,” Alan Levine, executive chair, president and CEO of Johnson City, Tenn.-based Ballad Health revealed. “If we are five or 10 nurses down in our system, we feel it. … I have to keep as many nurses as I can who are capable of taking care of our community.”
🔹Lewis County Health System, a single-hospital system in Lowville, N.Y., announced they are temporarily close their maternity unit after staff resigned over the state mandate.
🔹In South Carolina, Tidelands Health terminated one of its employees for not complying with the Georgetown-based system’s vaccine mandate.
🔹After a two-week unpaid suspension period ending Sept. 14, 125 employees at IU Health left the Indianapolis-based organization after deciding not to receive the experimental jabs.
The Biden-Harris administration are taking socialistic steps to attempt forcing COVID-19 injections for millions of American workers, including certain healthcare workers.
Their plan requires more than 17 million healthcare workers at Medicare- and Medicaid-participating hospitals and in other healthcare settings to be vaccinated against COVID-19. It also requires all employers with 100 or more employees to ensure that their staff are fully vaccinated or undergo weekly COVID-19 testing.
A large and growing number of hospitals are having grave concerns about the Biden tactics to mandate facilities staffing already grappling with employment strains.
While some larger systems may be able to handle a loss of employees, rural hospitals can be substantially affected by such a mass exodus.
Alan Morgan, CEO of the National Rural Health Association, says they “know that there are higher rates of hospital workers that are unvaccinated and have no intention of getting vaccinated in the rural context. … This is a significant concern.”
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