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Texas Hospital Faces Closure Over Vaccine Mandate, CEO Says

By Ayla Ellison | 14 September 2021

BECKER HOSPITAL REVIEW — Nearly 140 rural hospitals have closed since 2010, and the federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate could force at least one more to shut its doors.

President Joe Biden’s administration is taking steps to require millions of American workers, including certain healthcare workers, to get a COVID-19 vaccine. The plan requires those who work at hospitals and other types of medical facilities that receive Medicare and Medicaid funding to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Brownfield (Texas) Regional Medical Center, a rural hospital, will lose up to 25 percent of its employees if the vaccine mandate is enforced, CEO Jerry Jasper told KCBD. Losing those workers would probably shut down the hospital because some nurses have already quit to take jobs with nursing agencies that offer higher pay, according to the report.

Not complying with the vaccine mandate and losing Medicare and Medicaid funding isn’t an option for Brownfield Regional Medical Center. About 80 percent of the hospital’s funding comes from Medicare and Medicaid, Mr. Jasper told KCBD[…]

1 Comment on Texas Hospital Faces Closure Over Vaccine Mandate, CEO Says

  1. I just don’t get it ..Biden has no power over the people and neither does his idiotic unconstitutional “mandates” or executive orders..I guess this is where the bribes come into play. Amazing how the White House, Congress and their staff’s are EXEMPT as is the CDC, FDA. all the jujab companies etc.

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