Providence Hospital System imposes mandatory controversial vaccine for workers

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    IT'S BACK! Providence Hospital System Imposes Draconian Mandatory COVID Vaccine for Healthcare Workers - Non-Compliance Results in Unpaid Leave and Potential Termination

    Providence Hospital System has just dropped a bombshell on its employees in a move that can only be described as Orwellian.

    The healthcare giant announced on its InOurCircle app -- a platform designed for employees to "stay up-to-date on company news" -- that all workers (including those who are vaccinated and boosted by previous shots) are now required to receive the latest COVID-19 vaccine. And get this: failure to comply could result in unpaid leave or even job termination!

    According to the announcement, all employees are now required to receive the latest COVID-19 vaccine, which was recently granted Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). The updated mRNA vaccines were approved on Tuesday, September 12 and are expected to be available soon.​

    The Gateway Pundit - It's back - Providence healthcare system imposes dracononian mandatory Covid vaccine for healthcare workers, Jim Hoft, September 14,2023

    And they wonder why they can't find enough nurses?

    There are a lot of people out there who do not want to work for an employer, or even enter into a profession, where they're worried about the possibility of being required to take a controversial vaccine.

    The hospital will probably bring in some foreign immigrants on an H1-B visa from the Philippines or Vietnam. Immigrants, doing the jobs Americans don't want to do.
    Or in other words: immigrants, putting up with progressive policies that American workers would not be willing to put up with in that situation.
     
    Last edited: Sep 16, 2023

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