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Coronavirus Covid 19 Vaccine. Medical injection syringe and vials with vaccine medicine. Health care vaccination, medication concept. 3d illustration A North Carolina hospital system terminated 175 employees over the Covid-19 vaccine mandate, making it one of the most significant mass terminations in the system’s history.
Last week Novant Health had announced that 375 employees across 15 hospitals and 800 clinics were out on suspension due to not getting the Covid-19 vaccine. The employees were given five days to comply with getting the jab or face termination. On Monday, Novant Health announced that approximately 175 employees had been terminated. More from Drew Berquist
Megan Rivers, the spokesperson for Novant Health, had tweeted on Monday that, as of Friday, roughly 200 employees had gotten their first dose of the vaccine.
“We stand by our decision to make the vaccine mandatory as we have a responsibility to protect our patients, visitors, and team members, regardless of where they are in our health system. We couldn’t be prouder of our team members who chose to receive the covid-19 vaccine and remain part of our team at Novant Health.” – Novant Health.
According to Rivers, 99 percent of Novant Health’s 35,000 employees complied with the vaccine mandate.
Across the country, other healthcare systems have terminated numerous employees over the vaccine mandate. Houston Methodist fired more than 150 employees who refused to get vaccinated, and ChristianCare in Delaware fired 150 employees over the vaccine mandate.
Last month Biden had announced a vaccine mandate for any company that had 100 or more employees. He also mandated that most healthcare systems that accept Medicare and Medicaid mandate that their employees be vaccinated.
Novant Health had implemented its vaccine mandate on July 22 and gave employees until September 15 to be vaccinated. On September 21, they announced that they would provide employees with a few more days to get vaccinated, but if they did not comply, their employment with the company would be terminated. All employees must be fully vaccinated by October 15.
“We agree with the North Carolina Healthcare Association, the Infectious Diseases Society of America, and many other health care […]
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