After Firing the mRNA-Untreated Hospitals in California Are Using PCR-Positive Staff

And not just in California: all over the world

Remember when you couldn’t even hug a PCR-negative? So what was that all about? What was the point of that sacrifice?

Hospitals in California are allowing employees with coronavirus to continue working as long as they do not have symptoms, because they are short of staff, after the state’s vaccine mandates resulted in hundreds of health care workers being suspended or fired.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported:

Faced with an exponential rise in COVID-19 cases across California, the state’s Department of Public Health now says that health care workers who test positive for the virus can remain on the job — at least through Feb. 1.

The policy shift is prompted by the need to keep hospitals functioning during the current surge, the department said. Allowing infected health workers to continue their duties is needed “due to the critical staffing shortages currently being experienced across the health care continuum,” according to the health department’s letter, posted online Saturday, to acute care and psychiatric hospitals and skilled nursing facilities.

The loosened requirements apply only to health care workers who are asymptomatic, and they will need to wear N95 respirators rather than standard medical face masks. The department wants such workers to treat only patients who already have tested positive, the letter said, although it acknowledges that “this may not always be possible in settings such as the emergency department” where everyone’s infection status is not always known.

Unions representing hospital staff voiced opposition to the new policy.

Last year, Gov. Gavin Newsom, with the support of the unions, imposed vaccine mandates on health care workers in the state, boasting that California was the first state to have done so.

Because these vaccine mandates were imposed at the state level, they were not suspended by ongoing litigation against the Biden administration’s vaccine mandates, and hundreds of health care workers in California, a small percentage of the total, quit or were suspended or fired for refusing to be vaccinated.

California is in the midst of its worst coronavirus surge of the entire pandemic, thanks to the infectious omicron variant.

The state is so short-staffed that Gov. Newsom called out the National Guard last week to assist with coronavirus testing.

Source: Breitbart

The dying were made to die alone with a warm-water glove because their PCR-negative relatives were not allowed to visit — but now it’s perfectly normal for PCR-positive staff to attend to them
  1. Randy Ice PT, CCS says

    Nice going Gruesome! Take a reasonably functioning hospital system and turn it into a disaster with your ridiculous rules and mandates. The picture above of a “warm glove” on a dying person’s hand is probably the MOST DISGUSTING and HEARTLESS thing I have ever seen in my 50 year medical career.

    1. TZVI says

      Terrible is it not?

      To me however sticking people on Ventilators to die for money is worse, denying life saving treatments like Hydroxychloriquine- Azithromycin and Ivermectin, to sell “vaccines” is worse.

  2. TZVI says

    Those super Spreader “vaccinated” are going to make many others even more sick.

    This is similar to when New York Governor Cuomo declared infected old people must be accepted into nursing homes…

    Makes no sense, except if you want people to get sick and die.

    1. TZVI says

      To clarify, there will be no way a masked Super Spreader does not in some form Re-infect people ( different strains) and other Health care workers, as well as other people just passing down a hallway who they do not treat. N-95’s are not really that effective…

  3. ken says

    Apparently the covid affects memory. As of 1/1/2022 the PCR was to be dropped by the CDC because it could not differentiate between the covid and the flu yet here we are on 1/12/2022 discussing PCR cases in Kalifornica now being allowed to work after firing thousands.

    And they ask why I drink!

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