Backfire: Hospital That Fired 150 Unvaccinated Employees Now Hits Breaking Point With Surge In Covid Patients

Credit: U.S. Army photo by Lt. Col. Charles Calio


The 150 nurses and other hospital workers at Houston Methodist Hospital who were fired for refusing to receive one of the expermimental COVID vaccines apparently were regarded by administrators as disposable.

But two months later, the hospital is one of several in the area experiencing a severe shortage of medical personnel as media report local hospitals have reached a “breaking point” because of a flood of COVID-19 cases, noted the Foundation for Economic Education.

The Houston Chronicle said an editorial published Tuesday the 25-county hospital area that includes Houston had more patients in hospital beds than at any point in 2021. But local KHOU-TV reported medical tents erected outside of Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital are vacant because of a shortage of nurses.

“Please send help now,” said Dr. George Williams, the chief ICU medical officer for LBJ Hospital.

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