(TargetLiberty.org) – A Texas hospital has suspended scores of healthcare workers for two weeks – because they opted to not get fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The move is openly aimed at forcing out anyone who won’t get inoculated.
On June 7, Houston Methodist Hospital’s deadline for its staff to be fully vaccinated against the Chinese coronavirus expired – and 178 employees who had chosen not to get the vaccine were immediately suspended without pay for two weeks. They’ve been warned that if they aren’t fully vaccinated when the suspension runs out, their contracts will be terminated.
These are probably people who worked all pandemic, sacrificing their safety to help treat and care for COVID patients. Its likely they have had some level of exposure in that time and a chance to develop antibodies. After all their hard work, this is how we treat them?
— Secure My Medical Records (@MedicalSecure) June 9, 2021
In late May, over 100 Houston Methodist staff filed a lawsuit against the hospital, claiming the vaccine mandate violates a WWII war crimes law on human experimentation. The hospital denies this. CEO Dr. Marc Boom claims Texas law allows hospitals to mandate vaccines to staff. The issue with the COVID vaccines is that, while they’ve passed animal and clinical trials, they haven’t fully completed the notoriously slow FDA approval process. That’s left some staff worried that they aren’t yet proven safe.
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