The New York Times reports:
Dozens of staff members at a Houston-area hospital protested on Monday night against a policy that requires employees to be vaccinated against Covid-19. The hospital, Houston Methodist, had told employees that they had to be vaccinated by Monday.
Last month, 117 employees filed a lawsuit against the hospital over the vaccine policy. Houston Methodist employees had gathered outside the hospital system’s location in Baytown, Texas, holding signs that read “Vaxx is Venom” and “Don’t Lose Sight Of Our Rights.”
Those who did not meet the hospital’s vaccination deadline on Monday will be placed on a two-week unpaid suspension. If they do not meet the requirements by June 21, Houston Methodist said it would “initiate the employee termination process.”
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“You work in a hospital so please take this miracle drug.”
“No, I think you misheard me. This drug will prevent you from–”
-THIS IS JUST LIKE THE HOLOCAUSThttps://t.co/W0fbTMA7H4
— Miles Kahn (@mileskahn) June 8, 2021