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153 Texas hospital employees who refused vaccine have either quit or been fired

153 Texas hospital employees who refused vaccine have either quit or been fired

A total of 153 employees at Houston Methodist who have refused to get vaccinated for COVID have either resigned or been fired. These employees were out of the 178 who were suspended after the June deadline. According to reports, there is a protest scheduled for Saturday and a lawsuit that will be filed in the 5th circuit court of appeals after a failed attempt in a federal court.

Clara
Clara
Djjfxb
Djjfxb 0 months

Force people to take an untested vaccine that collects in bone marrow and ovaries after 48hr, instead of staying in the injection site? Yeah no.

Met Man
Met Man 0 months

Good, if your primary job is to help vulnerable and sick people, then part of that job is to prevent infecting them with a disease. If you cannot be bothered with even that you should not be working in a hospital. One infected nurse or doctor can kill dozens of vulnerable patients as not all off them will be able to vaccinate. Pregnant women, cancer and HIV patients and people on immunosuppression need healthy people to get vaccinated in order to be protected.

systematic fighter
systematic fighter 0 months

Well rightfully so. You work in the hospital where ppl already have health issues. Wouldn't you want to protect others and yourself?

Johnny
Johnny 0 months

Argue the merits vs cons of vaccines until Armageddon, it’s irrelevant. If a business, particularly a health care one, decides they don’t want to allow someone who doesn’t follow their rules to work there it’s well within their rights. IMH, Ive had the vaccine myself, but I would still support a businesses right to force employees to be unvaccinated to work there if they wanted to. I wouldn’t agree with their decision, but that’s irrelevant right? At the end of the day, either you follow the rules of your employer or quit. If it’s really an issue, file a lawsuit and let the courts decide if it’s anything beyond “I don’t want to listen to the people who cut my checks rules but I still want to be paid by them”.

Monica
Monica 0 months

Why would you employ health workers who get their information from social media rather than medical journals. What’s wrong with these people.

الأكبر فادي
الأكبر فادي 0 months

Its a hospital... a hospital... to be employed there one should be required to be up to date on vaccines... common sense would dictate that Either way Texas law says an employer can fire you for any reason...

Jon
Jon 0 months

It is so sad watching the untrained discuss this. Let me, as someone trained to work in hospitals, lay it out for you. If the hospital makes people sicker, not better, there is no reason for it to exist, it will get shut down. If you as an employee endanger patient lives, that negates any benefit your work brings, and makes you worthless. There are over a dozen vaccines for other diseases that hospital employees take explicitly so that they won't risk spreading those diseases to vulnerable patients. Those vaccines have been around for decades. These employees don't have an argument. At all. If you want to work in a hospital, full vaccination is a standard requirement. It has been since before you were born. Get over it.

Rocky
Rocky 0 months

No reason for someone that is already immune to be forced to take a vaccine that provides no additional benefits only risks. It should be absolutely illegal for any employer to force their employees to take something that can only hurt them.🤷🏾‍♂️

David
David 0 months

Hundreds of thousands of people dead in the US alone from the virus. A handful of vaccinated people dead or hospitalized from the virus after having received the vaccination. I personally knew several people who died from the virus in my small town. I know of no one in the state who has died from the virus after being vaccinated. Math was never my strong point, but why are all of you people letting politics dictate your health care? By the way, I was vaccinated months ago and I’m not dead yet. Didn’t grow a 3rd arm. No problems at all. If all we are going to go on is anecdotal evidence rather than the actual science, I’ll choose my story over the crazy every time.

Central Scrutinizer
Central Scrutinizer 0 months

Texas is a 'Right to Work' state. They could easily have been fired for not going their shoes. I'm sorry, but that's just the way it is. May heaven help the health care system. And may God have mercy on your soul.

Mike
Mike 0 months

It's not just nurses refusing this experimental vaccine. When you have the experts in the medical field refusing a medical procedure, one must question Why?

Patty
Patty 0 months

I don't want no damn vaccine

James
James 0 months

A religious run hospital that forces it believes on patients shouldn't force them on employees?

David
David 0 months

Good

Glen
Glen 0 months

Lets see! If you get vaccine, you still have to wear mask. If you have had covid and now you are immune, you still need the shot. You need mask if you're immune or have had the shot. How do you prove you have had covid, or haven't had. Should MacDonald employees have the right to ask for documentation to prove you have had your covid, polio, smallpox and other vaccines.

RandomUser
RandomUser 0 months

"Just take the experimental vaccine, bro."

Birdman
Birdman 0 months

Good to see this crowd has ousted themselves. They have no right being in the healthcare industry.

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