. The Clock’s Ticking For 178 Hospital Workers Suspended For Not Getting Vaccinated « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NPR – The Houston Methodist hospital system in Texas has suspended 178 workers for not meeting a deadline to receive the COVID-19 vaccine — a policy that prompted more than 100 employees to file a lawsuit against the hospital. The employees now have until June 21 to be vaccinated, or face being fired. The standoff represents one of the most high-profile examples of how employers’ desire for their workers to be fully vaccinated is being tested by some employees’ deeply held vaccine hesitancy — and in this case, the dispute is playing out within the health care system.

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