One of the largest hospital networks in the United States has just issued a nationwide vaccine mandate for all healthcare workers.
The new mandate requires all caregivers to take the recently approved Covid mRNA “booster” shot or face dismissal.
In a copy of a letter circulating on social media, the Providence hospital network announced employees have until Nov. 30 to roll up their sleeves for the new vaccine or submit a medical exemption.
Providence operates multiple hospitals in several states.
“We’ve all heard that cases of COVID-19 are on the rise and the latest updates to COVID-19 vaccines are proving effective at preventing serious illness from the latest strains,” the letter states.
“The updated MRNA vaccines were approved by the FDA on Sept. 11 and are expected to be available soon.”
🚨 BREAKING: MANDATORY COVID VACCINE for HEALTHCARE WORKERS
The Providence Hospital System has announced a Nov 30 DEADLINE for all care providers!
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The letter adds employees who don’t take the jab or submit a waiver