Colorado’s largest hospital system created a new policy, denying organ transplants to unvaccinated patients under approximately all situations.
Also, every donor has to be vaccinated due to the new policy to donate the organ. This policy stopped one woman from performing the life-saving transplantation.
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The University of Colorado lettered Leilani Lutani, telling her that her status on the waiting list for a kidney transplant was inactivated because she refused to get the Covid-19 shot. She was given a deadline of 30 days to get the shot. Otherwise, she will be eliminated from the transplant waiting list.
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Lutali struggles with stage 5 renal failure, was told by the hospital that she wouldn’t need the vaccine for the transplantation process, but she was warned of the hospital’s new segregation policy when she received the mail after she was able to find a donor, she knew who was willing to give her the organ.
CNS4 Denver talked to Lutali about the incident:
“I said I’ll sign a medical waiver. I have to sign a waiver anyway for the transplant itself, releasing them from anything that could possibly go wrong.
It’s surgery, and it’s invasive. I sign a waiver for my life. I’m not sure why I can’t sign a waiver for the Covid shot.”
They also talked to her donor, Jaimee Fougner, who was furious because the hospital rejected the transplantation surgery due to the vaccine.
Fougner is also unvaccinated.
“It’s your choice on what treatment you have. In Leilani’s case, the choice has been taken from her. Her life has
now been held hostage because of this mandate.
Here I am, willing to be a direct donor to her. It does not affect any other patient on the transplant list. How can I sit here and allow them to murder my friend when I’ve got a perfectly good kidney and can save her life?”
The University of Colorado Health operated different medical facilities and hospitals across the country, via NYP confirmed the segregation polity. They shared that they introduced this policy because 20% of these patients are more likely to die if infected with COVID-19.
We have one question, what’s the possibility of them dying if they catch the virus before the transplantation? – More than 20% for sure.
The vaccine is harmful at preventing breakthrough cases, and the US government forces the third booster dose, which will become a routine every six months.
The vaccine won’t give you immunity; vaccinated patients that wait for organs are just as likely to contract a breakthrough case after the surgery as the non-vaccinated.
UCHealth doubled down on its refusal to operate on the unvaccinated population, sharing that several other surgery centers have C-19 vaccine mandates for the patients in place already.
“In almost all situations, transplant patients and living donors are now required to be vaccinated against Covid-19 in addition to meeting other health requirements and receiving additional vaccinations.
Physicians must consider the short and long-term health risks for patients as they consider whether to recommend an organ transplant.”
Lutali checked with every surgery center in Colorado that performs and kidney transplant, and none of them will do the surgery if she’s unvaccinated.