Health care workers in Rhode Island who refused to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and did not comply with vaccine mandates were unceremoniously fired last year.
Now, Rhode Island is permitting those who have tested positive for COVID to continue working amid a shortage of health care workers.
What happened last year?
Hundreds of health care workers in the Ocean State were fired last year after refusing to comply with Democratic Gov. Dan McKee’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, WJAR-TV reported.
That meant hospitals, nursing homes, and home health care agencies lost critical staff members. State Sen. Jessica de la Cruz (R), in fact, has been sounding the alarm, saying the expulsion of highly skilled and trained health care workers from their jobs simply for not complying with a vaccine mandate has resulted in a “health care crisis.”https://www.theblaze.com/news/rhode-island-allows-covid-positive-health-care-staff-to-work-after-firing-unvaccinated-workers
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