Nearly 200 Healthcare Workers At Houston Hospital System Have Been Suspended And Face Termination For Refusing To Take COVID Vaccine

Scores of workers at a Houston hospital system have been suspended and face being fired for refusing the COVID-19 vaccination, a controversial company mandate that has drawn protests and an outcry from those facing termination.

Having been subjected to an illegal global lockdown of peoples and world economies, have been forced to wear anti-science face masks, a new battlefield has now opened up. That new battlefield is whether or not people have the right to refuse to be injected with Bill Gates favorite substance, mRNA vaccines. Welcome to ‘death in the pot’.

“So they poured out for the men to eat. And it came to pass, as they were eating of the pottage, that they cried out, and said,thou man of God, there is death in the pot. And they could not eat thereof.” 2 Kings 4:40 (KJB)

As we watch the intricate web of lies told by Bill Gates and Anthony Fauci continue to unravel, you have to remember that all of this is theater, but the deadly, non-entertaining kind of theater in much the say way as warfighters will talk about the ‘theater of operations’. The vaccine was not made for the COVID virus, the COVID virus was biohacked through gain of function interference, and then intentionally released on the world. But as bad as the virus was, the vaccine is going to be many times worse. Take it at your own peril. Once you agree that you have no right not to be vaccinated by the government, you will never be free again. There are some things you can lose that you can never regain, this is one of those things.

178 health care workers suspended from Houston Methodist hospital system for refusing COVID-19 vaccination

FROM USA TODAY: Houston Methodist CEO Marc Boom said the 178 workers represent less than 1% of almost 25,000 employees. “We are nearly 100% compliant with our COVID-19 vaccine mandate,” Boom said in an email to staff Tuesday. “Houston Methodist is officially the first hospital system in the country to achieve this goal for the benefit of its patients.”

Boom said that 27 of the 178 suspended workers have received one dose of vaccine and that he is hopeful they will get the second dose. All are suspended for two weeks and are set to be fired if they fail to be fully vaccinated.

“I wish the number could be zero, but unfortunately, a small number of individuals have decided not to put their patients first,” Boom said.

An additional 285 employees received a medical or religious exemption, and 332 were granted deferrals for pregnancy and other reasons, Boom said.

“I feel betrayed a little bit,” Amanda Rivera told KHOU-TV as she left the building Monday. “I worked in the ER. It was crazy during the pandemic. We were short-staffed. The hospital was over capacity with patients. It was just a lot. Now for them to come and do this is like a slap in the face.”

Hospital workers across the nation risked their lives during the pandemic, and many died of the virus. Yet a recent USA TODAY survey of some of the largest hospital networks and public hospitals in the country reveal staff vaccination rates vary widely, from 51% to 91%.

Last week, Indiana University Health announced that it would require its 36,000 employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by September, calling the mandate a “safe and effective way to protect patients” and protect the community.

“Requiring vaccinations for health care employees is not new or unprecedented,” IU Health said in a statement.

Hundreds of colleges and universities are requiring vaccinations for the coming school year. Many nursing homes, hot spots early in the pandemic, also are requiring inoculation from the coronavirus.

The Houston Methodist controversy “foreshadows the coming months,” said Ogbonnaya Omenka, an associate professor and public health specialist at Butler University in Indianapolis. Mandates that may seem like the obvious choice to many people must be “implemented within a human context,” he told USA TODAY. READ MORE

Vaccinate or terminate: Houston Methodist hospital workers leave jobs behind over COVID vaccine

Houston Methodist employees who have not gotten the COVID-19 vaccine will be suspended at the end of the day Monday and later terminated.

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