Unvaccinated workers say they'd rather shoot — but few actually do. The government vaccination order does not interrupt patient care in 23 regular hospitals and more than 830 outpatient centers.
"Health Northwell is proud to announce that our workforce - the largest in New York State - has been 100% vaccinated." "We will continue to provide exceptional care and remain open and operating at our full potential." “We owe 100% of our COVID-19 vaccination to employees, patients, and the communities we serve.”
The same story seems to be spreading across the state and across the country, they have lost their jobs.
In a poll published by the Kaiser Family Foundation late last month, 50 percent of unvaccinated respondents said they had not received a Covid-19 vaccine by their employer. But a recent informal analysis by public relations researchers found that only a small percentage of workers lose their jobs because of the vaccine. For example, Indiana University of Health left only 0.3 percent of the workforce. Only 0.6 percent of Houston Methodist Hospital staff have left the vaccine, despite widespread opposition from the vote. And just 2% of Delta Air Lines employees quit the surcharge due to the need for vaccinations or $200 a month for insurance.
"In other words, vaccine orders are unlikely to cause a wave of resignations - but they are likely to increase vaccination rates." p>
This situation is crystallizing in New York., which has a strict duty for health care workers. The state does not have a substitute for vaccinations such as a weekly check-up or additional fees. The law also does not allow religious exemptions, although this poses legal challenges. They have left small wards, but little impact on patient care. In many cases, the vaccines were tried in the days leading up to the Monday, September 27 deadline. At the time, Eric Appelbaum, chief medical officer of St. Barnabas Hospital in the Bronx, told the New York Times that the proportion of hospital staff who took at least one dose rose to 94 percent on Monday, up from 88 percent last Friday. Similarly, Northwell spokesman Joe Kemp told The Times on Monday that several thousand of its employees are in a hurry. To receive their photos earlier than the scheduled date. Some, who initially lost their jobs due to a lack of vaccination, returned after receiving the first dose. Northwell employees who are fired have 30 days to vaccinate and apply for job reinstatement. But Camp noted that Northwell is "publicly" recruiting for new vacancies. "The goal was to vaccinate people, not kill people," he said.
1.8 employees of New York's largest health care provider have been fired for refusing to vaccinate
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