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Our Views: A political agitation against vaccines moves to the courts | Our Views – New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, Louisiana 2021-09-23 05:00:00 –

Do doctors, nurses, or employees of any kind go to hospitals that are not vaccinated against measles, chickenpox, or many other illnesses commonly prevented by vaccines?

The same applies to coronavirus vaccination.

Nurses, respiratory therapists, and anesthesiologists are one of Lafayette’s largest hospital employees, urging them to stop requiring them to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

As the question above shows, hospitals require employees to be vaccinated against illnesses that have killed thousands in Louisiana and hundreds of thousands across the country. By doing so, it is very correct to protect patients and business models.

Many people currently hospitalized on ventilators were not vaccinated. They and their healthcare providers pay a high price.

Processes for legitimate religious or health complaints against vaccination are available at both the Virgin Community Medical Center in Lourdes and the Ochznarafayette General Hospital. It has been an American practice for many years, but today’s opponents are involved in the politically prosecuted upset about the COVID-19 vaccine.

Plaintiffs’ lawyers previously challenged Governor John Bel Edwards’ order to curb the spread of the coronavirus, but failed, Jimmy Fair of Alexandria, a former executive adviser to Governor Bobby Jindal. It is a cross.

I hope he fails again for the benefit of the community.

Our view: Republicans move away from the reality of our COVID-19 and play towards a crowd of radicals



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