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Upstate New York Hospital to Pause Baby Deliveries Due to Staff Shortages Caused by Vaccine Mandates


September is a critical fork in the road for our country.

Sadly, it appears we’re veering down the wrong path.

Because of hospital COVID-19 injection mandates, healthcare workers are quitting in large numbers.

Healthcare workers are taking a stand for their medical freedom and hospitals face shortages.

As we approach the fall and winter, it’s imperative our healthcare facilities are fully staffed.

However, early signs of worker shortages have surfaced in Upstate New York.

Lewis County General Hospital in Lowville announced they will pause baby deliveries in two weeks due to maternity worker resignations.

The hospital employees refused to take the experimental COVID-19 injection and pregnant women living here must look elsewhere to give birth.

It’s a healthcare calamity that’s easily avoidable by simply letting employees make their own health decisions.

But the authoritarian decrees of Dictator Biden and hospital executives will put our nation’s healthcare of the verge of collapse.

Here’s more:

KIRO 7 reported:

An upstate New York hospital said it will pause the delivery of babies in two weeks because of a spate of resignations by maternity unit workers who are objecting to COVID-19 vaccination mandates.

Lewis County General Hospital, in Lowville, will temporarily stop delivering babies after Sept. 24, WWNY reported. During a news conference Friday afternoon, Lewis County Health System CEO Gerald Cayer said seven of the 30 hospital workers who resigned were from the hospital’s maternity ward. He added that another seven maternity unit staffers were undecided about getting the vaccine, the television station reported.

The workers were objecting to a Sept. 27 deadline to receive a first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, the Watertown Daily Times reported. Then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued the state mandate on Aug. 23.

Twenty of the staff members who resigned worked in clinical positions like nurses, therapists and technicians, the newspaper reported.

“If we can pause the service and now focus on recruiting nurses who are vaccinated, we will be able to reengage in delivering babies here in Lewis County,” Cayer told reporters.

Cayer said 165 hospital employees, or 27% of the facility’s workforce, have yet to be vaccinated against COVID-19, WWNY reported. There have been 464 workers who have received the vaccine, Cayer said.

“Our hope is as we get closer (to the deadline), the numbers will increase of individuals who are vaccinated, fewer individuals will leave and maybe, with a little luck, some of those who have resigned will reconsider,” Cayer told reporters. “We are not alone. There are thousands of positions that are open north of the Thruway and now we have a challenge to work through, you know, with the vaccination mandate.”

With healthcare shortages piling up and experimental COVID-19 boosters on the horizon, I have dire predictions for the next few months.

If the Israeli data is any indicator, widespread administration of booster shots will likely be a disaster for America.

And healthcare shortages due to COVID-19 injection mandates only exacerbates the dilemma.

It could be Israel on an American-size scale.

I’ll eat my words if wrong, but that’s what I fear is the impending future.


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