Nurses quit hospitals over forced COVID-19 vaccine

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A hospital in upstate New York has announced that it will soon halt the deliveries of babies because maternity workers have quit their jobs over the Covid-19 vaccine mandates that were ordered by former governor Andrew Cuomo, before the tyrant in the White House went full blown Stalin on America last week.

These are people who went to school to learn a profession, who loved helping people. They treated patients, some of them with Covid, all throughout 2020 when they were considered heroes.

Now they’re treated like caged animals, being forced to take an experimental vaccine they don’t want to take. Should we remind you these are nurses who are trained and see patients, and not what disease and viruses look like?

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On August 16, the disgruntled Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York was enforcing the vaccine mandate on all health care workers, including staff at hospitals and long-term care facilities, adult care, nursing homes, and other types of care centers.

The mandate required all health care workers to get the jab by September 27. That meant they didn’t have a whole lot of time to even consider the options. Because they had to be fully vaccinated by that ridiculous deadline. You have to have 21 days in between the first Pfizer jab, and 30 days in between the first and second Moderna jab.

By federal law, no employer, including the government can force employees to take an experimental vaccine, but that horrible human being did.

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Now we have the guy who wants to be like Stalin, Joe Biden in the White House. He’s now mandating it to any companies with more than 100 employees, which will mean close to 100 million Americans will have to get the jab or lose their jobs.

On Friday, during a press conference, Lewis County Health System CEO Gerald Cayer disclosed that of the thirty hospital employees who resigned, 21 are in clinical areas. There are six employees in the maternity hospital who will quit over the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, and another 7 who are uncertain about getting the vaccine, according to WWNY-TV.

“If we can pause the service and now focus on recruiting nurses who are vaccinated, we will be able to re-engage in delivering babies here in Lewis County,” 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 said.

“It just is a crazy time,” Cayer said. “Rural hospitals everywhere are really trying to figure out how we’re going to make it work.”

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