A few skeptical U.S. hospital workers choose dismissal over vaccine

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By Peter Szekely and Barbara Goldberg NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jennifer Bridges loved her job as a nurse at Houston Methodist Hospital, where she worked for eight years, but she chose to get fired rather than inoculated against COVID-19, believing that the vaccine was more of a threat than the deadly virus. Bridges was among about 150 employees who were fired or resigned rather than comply with the requirement at Methodist, which was the country’s first large health system to mandate vaccinations. About 25,000 other employees at the hospital system complied. “I have never felt so strong about anyt…

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