Portland, Oregon 2021-10-04 14:38:24 –
Portland, Oregon (KOIN) —Monday is the final day for certain workers in Oregon and Washington to continue working with the COVID-19 vaccine.
In both states, teachers and health care workers must be fully vaccinated by October 18. That is, Monday, October 4, is the last day an individual receives a second dose of Pfizer or Modana vaccine, or a single dose of Johnson. & Johnson Shot — Considered fully vaccinated in time.
Around Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, People will be fully vaccinated from the coronavirus two weeks after the series of vaccinations is complete.
As vaccination deadlines approach, staffing issues are increasing in some healthcare facilities. 4 Local Legacy-Go Health Emergency Care Forced to close last Thursday “Temporary staffing restrictions.”
Locations in West Linn, Pearl District, Lake Oswego and Kamas closed doors until further notice. However, a spokeswoman told KOIN 6 News, Oregon City, Raleigh Hills, N. Williams and Cascade Park said they are consolidating services and expanding capacity.
Statement from Oregon Nurses Association It makes it clear that vaccine exemption is definitely the reason for staffing issues.
“Nurses in the delivery department of Legacy Silverton Hospital report that all religious exemption requests and many medical exemption requests have been denied. Eighteen nurses, nearly half of the department’s nursing staff. Is said to be facing retirement. ONA has received similar reports from other Legacy Silverton Hospital units and is a nurse at a legacy facility in the Portland area (not represented by ONA). I have heard deep concerns from the nurses, “said the statement.
Staffing is not the only backlash seen from this mission in the last few months.Have multiple Oregons Proceeded against In response, Governor Kate Brown.
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