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Large Hospital Systems Repealing Vaccine Mandate Policies


Biden’s vaccine mandate is failing nationwide.

Yet at the same time the ‘President’ is facing major pushback all around the country, we are continuing to see blue state and blue city governments double down on draconian vaccine regulations.

What I find interesting is that these vaccine mandates are so unpopular that hospitals seem to have had critical staff shortages in protest of them and other Covid policies.

This essentially means that medical professionals are choosing to lose their jobs over taking the shot, and enough of them have quit over this for it to become a serious issue.

So serious that a number of large U.S. hospital systems have chosen to repeal their vaccine mandate policies in an effort to combat the shortages now seen in our medical facilities.

Here are the latest developments:

The Wall Street Journal had more on the story:

Many hospitals already struggled to find workers, including nurses, before the pandemic. The shortages were compounded by burnout among many medical workers and the lure of high pay rates offered to nurses who travel to hot spots on short-term contracts.

More recently, thousands of nurses have left the industry or lost their jobs rather than get vaccinated. As of September, 30% of workers at more than 2,000 hospitals across the country surveyed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention were unvaccinated.

According to Rockchester First, the shortage has gotten so bad in New York that the National Guard had to be called in:

By Friday, Gov. Kathy Hochul’s Emergency Declaration will go into effect, including the deployment of 120 National Guard members throughout the state, some of whom will be in Monroe County.

This is in response to the coronavirus pandemic backing up local healthcare systems to the point staff cannot keep up.


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