New York Hospital halts the birth of babies as staff quit because of the vaccine mandate

New York Hospital halts the birth of babies as staff quit because of the vaccine mandate


A new York The hospital said it will stop giving births in less than two weeks as workers who reportedly protested the vaccination mandate have fired en masse.

Lewis County General Hospital said it would temporarily cease operations for baby birth after September 25. At least 30 Hospital workers have left the hospital maternity ward at the age of seven.

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A new York The hospital said it will stop giving births in less than two weeks as workers who reportedly protested the vaccination mandate have fired en masse.

Lewis County General Hospital said it would temporarily cease operations for baby birth after September 25. At least 30 Hospital workers have left the hospital maternity ward at the age of seven.

The hospital said seven more Maternity ward Staff were undecided about taking the vaccine. Workers reportedly missed the deadline to receive the first dose by September 27th.

The New York governor’s office said last month that hospital workers, including long-term care workers, should receive the first dose of the vaccine by September 27 Andrew Cuomo had extended the vaccination mandate to nursing homes and nursing homes.

New York authorities said 75 percent of hospital workers were full vaccinated.

New York’s Lewis County Hospital informed those who have resigned, including Therists, Nurses and technicians. However, according to the hospital, over 450 workers have received the full dose to date, but at least 165 employees have not been vaccinated.

The hospital’s chief medical officer, Dr. Sean Harney said there weren’t enough maternity care workers in New York, adding that Lewis County has the highest seven days and 14 days Coronavirus positivity Prices in New York for the past three days.

Hospital authorities said they had asked the state health department to reconsider the rules set by former Governor Andrew Cuomo, but they have not yet been implemented.

New York was the epicenter of the virus last year when the coronavirus pandemic began to spread in March 2020 when city authorities cracked the order of lockdowns as hospital services were inundated with virus patients.

(With contributions from agencies)

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