New York’s governor Kathy Hochcul said on Wednesday that the state will fund workers abroad to substitute for 16% of hard-working employees at hospitals and nursing homes who are unvaccinated against COVID-19.
The Governor announced in a statement, “Our expectation is that all healthcare workers within the state of New York, will be vaccinated by Monday.”
According to data from ny.gov, 84% of hospital workers throughout New York State are currently vaccinated. That means 378,000 out of the 450,000 eligible during Phase 1A. Hospital workers are vaccinated.
That means 72,000 Healthcare workers will lose their jobs, due to their coronavirus vaccination status. That’s 16% of New York’s frontline workers, previously considered “essential”, that are now will be unemployed and out of work.
“People who will not get vaccinated are the only reason that this country, and these communities, and our cities have not been able to be fully engaged in a state of normalcy,” Hochcul said.
“We will have a deployment program,” Gov. Hochcul said. “This can be 100% averted. It would be phenomenally unfair for your coworkers and the people that are entrusted in your care. Shame on us if we don’t take advantage of our access to vaccine.”
“And I want to say to the 84% of healthcare workers that are vaccinated…God bless you.“ said Hochcul, adding “Thank you for doing what you know is right.”
“We also have state individuals that are trained to be helpful,” she continued. “We’re also reaching out to the Department of State to find out about visas for foreign workers on a limited basis to bring more nurses over here.”
Hochcul stated “What is looming for Monday is completely avoidable, and there’s no excuses.”
Governor Kathy Hochcul went on the announce that the New York state Department of Health Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker has submitted his resignation following being an accomplice in Cuomo’s murders. Zucker was also a member of the NY COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task Force.
She also discussed the coming availability of booster shots throughout New York.
While New York’s healthcare front line workers were regarded as “heroes” during the pandemic, Kathy Hochcul has now abdicated them of their positions. With plans to import up to 72,000 foreign healthcare workers, to replace Americans who resist the big pharma monopoly.