Rhode Island Now Allowing COVID Positive Healthcare Workers To Work Months After Firing The Unvaccinated Over Vaccine Mandate

Government officials like those in Rhode Island still aren’t bright enough to realize that vaccine mandates are worthless because COVID vaccines are worthless


After implementing a coronavirus mandate for health care workers this fall, Rhode Island has now opened an option for COVID-positive health care workers to continue working if their facility is facing a staffing crisis.

“Also, facility administrators should be using their clinical judgment in making staffing decisions. For example, a facility may opt for a COVID-19 positive worker to only care for COVID-19 positive patients,” Joseph Wendelken, a spokesperson from the department of health, told the Providence Journal on Saturday.


A memo was sent to employees of state-run Eleanor Slater Hospital on Friday explaining that “those who are exposed or have a positive Covid test but are asymptomatic” can continue reporting to work  “in crisis situations for staffing” if they wear N95 masks.

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