IMPORTANT: Minnesota Nurses Speak Out About What They're Really Seeing in Hospitals
Updated: Oct 27, 2021
Frontline workers claim the data and narrative around COVID-19 and vaccinations are being distorted
If you can spare an hour, PLEASE watch this video. It's an eye-opening glimpse into what's happening at the ground level now in our health care system.
Minnesota State Representative Erik Mortensen recently held a town hall meeting in his district in response to increasing numbers of health care workers who have contacted him regarding COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Most are facing termination for their refusal to be vaccinated.
Some of these nurses have been in the health care profession for more than 20 years. During the height of the pandemic, they were all were treated as frontline "heroes" in COVID-19 wards; today, they are ridiculed and ostracized for refusing vaccination.
There are so many illuminating takeaways in this video, but here are the highlights:
1. One of the primary reasons nurses are refusing vaccination is because they have seen first-hand how the mRNA vaccines have injured, debilitated, and even killed patients, friends, and family members.
2. Many hospitals aren't overflowing due to a "pandemic of the unvaccinated," but due to lack of staff. Fewer staff means fewer beds, and many of the patients they're seeing now are "backlogged" from last year, i.e. people who avoided diagnoses or procedures because they were too frightened to visit hospitals during the pandemic.
3. The media are misrepresenting the number of health care workers who are fully-vaccinated for COVID-19. In some departments, the number is as low as 20%, and the number of fully-vaccinated ER workers is especially low.
4. Many nurses aren't instructed or trained to submit a report to VAERS. Moreover, there is pressure to NOT report vaccine injuries and deaths because it takes about approximately 30 minutes to upload the required information. Few can afford to do this because most facilities are so short-staffed.
5. Hospitals are full of unvaccinated patients, but the vast majority aren't being treated for COVID-19. For example, if a person is admitted for surgery on their leg, they must be COVID-19 tested before the procedure. If the patient tests positive and remains in the hospital overnight, they are counted as an "unvaccinated COVID-19 patient." As a result, the number of unvaccinated in hospitals is severely skewed.
6. Most important, many of these nurses are willing to walk away from health care entirely if they are forced to get vaccinated. As a result, hospitals could soon face greater staffing problems across the country in the coming months when mandate deadlines expire.
This is just a sampling of what these health care professionals shared. All were willing to go on-on-the-record to speak their minds because they feel so passionately about these issues. Definitely worth your time to hear what they have to say.
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