we will have a crises soon in our community.... in fact sounds like to some extent we already do!
it's not just nurses that are leaving, its the cleaning staff, food staff, etc. etc. It's already reaching crises mode.
I talked to a Gundersen hospital staff member today, he told me a patient waited 3 hours for supper. Wait time in the ER is gonna be a long time, the hospital has barely any cleaning staff left ... it's bad... and looks like it's only gonna get worse...
Is our community aware? I'm not sure how they would be. Will mainstream media report about this accurately?
I talked to another friend on the others side of the state, her husband is on the maintenance staff at a local hospital. They usually have 12 on staff. Right now they have 4 and 2 more just gave their notice! The surgery assistant, was out mowing the lawn, and would come in to shower before heading into the OR.
If you want to read an internal letter written from some of the nursing staff I have permission to share that, it's an 11 page letter I can send as an attachment.
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I am *not* telling anyone to not get the vaccine, Covid is real, I'm not a denier, many have had the vaccine to protect loved ones or oneself.
It's an individual choice people have to make for themselves.
I believe these mandates are unconstitutional. The vaccine mandates have the potential to create utter havoc in our society, if we lose our best doctors, nurses, hospital staff, & military. How long before they mandate to first responders / fire fighters, police, teachers, etc. Some cities like LA are already implementing this. How bad does it have to get? What will make it stop?