Biden Allows Only COVID-Positive Nurses, While Unvaccinated Nurses Remain Illegal to Operate

President Joe Biden’s vaccine mandates which are scheduled for hearing in the Supreme Court on Friday includes a mandate that requires more than 10 million health care workers to have COVID-19 vaccine injections.

USATODAY reports that numerous state attorneys general are challenging that mandate.

It could be a harbinger of what will happen to civil liberties during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to the Biden administration, vaccines are a panacea to pandemics.

In July, Biden stated, “You’re not going to get COVID if you have these vaccinations.”

When he announced plans to impose the mandate in a Sept. 9 speech, Biden declared that “there’s only one confirmed positive case per 5,000 fully vaccinated Americans per day. You’re as safe as possible.”

Because the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had stopped counting most breakthrough infections months earlier, Biden vastly overstated vaccine efficacy.

As reported by the Washington Post, the CDC’s “overly rosy assessments of the vaccines’ effectiveness against delta … may have lulled Americans into a false sense of security.”

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Pandemic Cannot be Ended with Vaccines

Infection of more than half a million health care workers with COVID-19 has already occurred, with over 99% of them surviving.

Nevertheless, the Biden mandate assumes that vaccines are the only means of ensuring good health and protection, while it ignores post-infection immunity due to discerned limitations “uncertainties … as to the strength and length of (natural) immunity.”

In August, an Israeli study found that people who received multiple COVID-19 vaccinations were no more protected against the delta variant than those who received only one.

A brief from Missouri and Nebraska state that Biden’s mandate threatens “economic ruin and patient harm throughout the (health) industry” and “will have disastrous consequences especially in rural communities.”

Jefferson Landry, Attorney General of Louisiana, blasted the Biden administration for the “jab or job” ultimatum to health care workers.

According to the Federal Register notice concerning the new mandate, the impact of the loss of healthcare employees could not be quantified because sufficient evidence does not exist.

Meanwhile, health care workers across the country have been fired for refusing to get injected, including many who were immune after surviving COVID-19 infections.

A New York hospital stopped delivering babies due to a shortage of vaccinated nurses in the maternity ward.

Also, a health system is reducing radiology treatment and elective surgeries due to a loss of health personnel caused by the vaccine mandate.

To address the shortage of personnel in hospitals, Biden has planned to send 1,000 U.S. military personnel.

There is a Lot to Handle

According to the administration’s brief to the Supreme Court, vaccine mandates are “critical to preventing outbreaks of (COVID-19) that had devastated Medicare- and Medicaid-participating facilities earlier in the pandemic.”

However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention modified its guidance on isolating health care providers with COVID-19 two weeks ago, saying quarantine could be reduced further whenever staffing shortages exist.

Those nurses who have COVID-19 are now being asked to come to work and treat patients, even though they are still ill or showing symptoms.

In accordance with the Biden administration’s policies, hospital patients would be better served by nurses and workers with COVID than by unvaccinated nurses.

Nurses across the country are outraged by the new policy.

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National Nurses United president Zenei Triunfo-Cortez criticized the new policy saying: “Weakening COVID-19 guidance now, in the face of what could be the most devastating COVID-19 surge yet, will only result in further transmission, illness, and death.”

As a proxy for health, vaccination status is now being substituted for a sane health care policy today.

Biden said recently that “almost everyone who has died from COVID-19 in the past many months has been unvaccinated.” In Oregon, between August and November, the fully vaccinated accounted for 21% to 27% of COVID-19 deaths, in Vermont, it ranged from 40% to approximately 75% between August and October.

Also, Biden stated recently on television, “How about you make sure you’re vaccinated, so you do not spread the disease to anyone else.” But CDC Director Rochelle Walensky admitted in August: “What (COVID-19 vaccines) can’t do anymore is prevent transmission .”

In response to the record number of new COVID cases, Biden remarked that “nobody saw (the omicron variant) coming.”

Scientists have long warned about new variants, but the White House seems not to have been aware of them.

In addition to the chaos, Biden has not met his commitment that COVID-19 tests would be accessible to everyone.

COVID-19 vaccines offer protection for the elderly and high-risk groups, but there isn’t enough proof to justify targeting the entire country.

Nearly a year ago, Biden pledged in his inaugural address that the country would “overcome this deadly virus.”

Last month, Biden conceded that there is “no federal solution (to COVID-19). This gets solved at the state level.”

Considering Biden’s latest admission, the Supreme Court has every reason to reject his latest iron-fisted attempt to end the pandemic.

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