COUNT THE COST: Nurse Walked Out Of Hospital Due To The Vaccine Refusal!

The nurse decided that she wouldn’t take the vaccine, and immediately after her decision, she was escorted out of a Kaiser Permanente hospital.

She stated that she asked for a religious exemption from the vaccine mandate, but she couldn’t obtain one. Her rejection came without an explanation.

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The nurse was prepared to lose her “safety and security, my house, everything, for my freedom.”

Also, she added she had been a COVID-19 nurse since the beginning of the pandemic, and she wants to continue doing her job.


Now she isn’t an employee at Kaiser Permanente and will face repercussions for rejecting the shot.

More than 2,200 employees are on unpaid administrative leave because they are vaccinated.

The Daily News reported:

In one of the first signs of an escalating showdown between healthcare providers and vaccine-resistant employees, Kaiser Permanente has suspended more than 2,000 workers who have chosen not to get vaccinated against the coronavirus.

The Oakland-based health care provider is not alone in putting workers who are shunning the vaccine on leave without pay. Across California, hospitals have told workers who have refused a shot to stop showing up to work in recent days. Suspended workers can’t return unless they get jabbed in the coming weeks.

The crackdown throughout California comes as a state health order said workers at hospitals, dialysis clinics, surgery centers and other health care settings needed to have received either one Johnson & Johnson shot or two Pfizer or Moderna shots by the end of September. The order allowed for limited religious and medical exemptions.

“More than 92 percent of our employees have been vaccinated — and the number continues to grow,” Kaiser said in a statement Tuesday afternoon. “As of October 4, just over 2,200 have not responded to our vaccine requirement, and have been put on unpaid administrative leave across the country.”

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