By firing health care workers for refusing a covid vaccine, globalist governments are showing their hand. There is no health emergency. The priority is simply to make everyone take the jab.
Vaccine mandates in hospitals – gross incompetence or deliberately creating a crisis?
Across Canada, as well as in many states, healthcare workers are quitting, being fired, or being threatened with termination due to covid vaccine mandates.
Despite the fact that lockdowns were officially intended to prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed, governments and hospitals have decided that further increasing the chronic shortage of healthcare workers is a good idea.
There is a massive backlog of surgeries and other procedures that were postponed due to lockdowns, on top of endless covid hospitalizations and many workers leaving the profession due to stress, burnout, and poor work conditions. Firing unvaccinated healthcare workers at a time like this doesn’t make any sense unless there is a hidden agenda.
After the failure of vaccines to prevent new “variants,” it was certain that we would have another wave of infections and hospitalizations.
However, across Canada, the federal and provincial governments did nothing to increase hospital capacity.
Hospitals in Canada have been chronically understaffed and overcapacity for years. The province of Ontario is the home of “hallway medicine”, with patients being kept in hallways, offices, and storage rooms due to a lack of actual hospital rooms. It was already a disaster long before covid, with most hospitals over 100% capacity on a daily basis, but nothing was done about it due to a lack of funding.
Our worthless PM Justin Trudeau has been running deficits in excess of $400 billion for 2020 and 2021 to provide financial support during lockdowns in addition to corporate bailouts, media subsidies (all Canadian mainstream media is in his pocket), and funding for special interest groups. He could have invested some of that money in fixing the healthcare system so there would be no need to ever lockdown again, but common sense is a rare thing in Canada.
Just this week, hospitals in Kingston and Windsor, Ontario, both fired over 100 employees each.
The Quebec government is refusing to back down from firing unvaccinated healthcare workers, which total approximately 20,000 people.
No other employer would consider such a thing unless they are well equipped to compensate for the loss of thousands of workers, but that is not the case here: “Quebec is offering up to $18,000 in bonuses for full-time nurses to prevent more of them from quitting the province’s struggling health-care system… pandemic-induced stresses that have contributed to a shortage of 4,300 nurses in the province” https://nationalpost.com/news/canada/quebec-offers-bonuses-up-to-18000-to-keep-nurses-in- struggling-health-system
The shortage of 4,300 nurses doesn’t include other healthcare workers, which are in equally short supply.
Alberta is threatening to fire around 30% of healthcare workers and is currently in a state of emergency due to the number of covid hospitalizations and failure to expand hospital capacity.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that this is not a recipe for success. One only needs to look to New York to see where this is heading. The Lewis County general hospital is “pausing” the delivery of babies after 30 employees quit over vaccine mandates.
The question here is whether government officials and hospital management are really so stupid and incompetent that they believe firing a large proportion of healthcare workers when they are already short-staffed will somehow improve overall public health outcomes.
I find this hard to believe, and the only logical alternative is that they are intentionally creating a crisis that will cause the already fragile healthcare system to collapse.
Perhaps they want to justify the unconstitutional vaccine passports. Maybe the unvaccinated will be denied medical treatment.
France has already banned the unvaccinated from hospitals for non-emergency treatment, it could happen here too. We have been living through a manufactured crisis since March 2020 and if this is allowed to continue it will only get worse. The worst part is that hardly anyone questions the obvious inconsistencies, as though they were under some kind of spell.
If we don’t start speaking up and pressuring the government to change course then we are going to have a disaster this winter.
Hospitals are already full in Alberta and Saskatchewan, and it’s only the first week of fall.
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