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On 11/5/2021 at 11:48 PM, Lyndsey33 said:

They have to or they lose Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement which is ridiculous.

Over the weekend, I visited with a friend who is a nurse at PH DuBois.  It sounds as though she was leaning towards quitting and revisiting the profession after new politicians take over in 3-ish years.  This will make PH more understaffed and the area will suffer.  PH management better enjoy that all expense paid vacation to Aruba over Thanksgiving because things are going to get difficult pretty quickly.  

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The problem is most people are just bending over and taking it up the a$$...DON'T COMPLY!!   I have been

reading stories where everyone walks out together, and management shortly is asking all to come back (with no mandate).

Power in numbers, get with others  and stand together. 

Isn't this walkout of work week??

 

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9 minutes ago, alexandria said:

The problem is most people are just bending over and taking it up the a$$...DON'T COMPLY!!   I have been

reading stories where everyone walks out together, and management shortly is asking all to come back (with no mandate).

Power in numbers, get with others  and stand together. 

Isn't this walkout of work week??

 

Easy for you to say.  How does that work when the employees are scattered across the US and Canada?  If I "don't comply" will the electric company still expect me to comply with paying my bill?  I highly doubt that management on the stories you're reading are going to accept the crazy fines or pay for the employee testing...it'll be more cost effective for them to lose a certain percentage than pay for all of that.

 

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3 hours ago, alexandria said:

The problem is most people are just bending over and taking it up the a$$...DON'T COMPLY!!   I have been

reading stories where everyone walks out together, and management shortly is asking all to come back (with no mandate).

Power in numbers, get with others  and stand together. 

Isn't this walkout of work week??

 

This is where FAITH in yourself and the rightness of what you believe comes into play.  Either do it or get out of the way and quit whining!

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4 hours ago, alexandria said:

The problem is most people are just bending over and taking it up the a$$...DON'T COMPLY!!   I have been

reading stories where everyone walks out together, and management shortly is asking all to come back (with no mandate).

Power in numbers, get with others  and stand together. 

Isn't this walkout of work week??

 

Some employers can't just go against the mandate. Hospitals for instance. They can't survive without Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements. It isn't the employers fault.  Its Bidens.

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Masked California's COVID rate is now twice Florida's

California has mask requirements and a higher vaccination rate than Florida

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California’s coronavirus case rate is twice Florida’s despite mask mandates and recommendations to prevent the spread of the virus.

"You’re paying for your success, which is weird," Ali H. Mokdad, professor of health metrics sciences at the University of Washington, told the Mercury News when asked why Californians aren’t "reaping more reward for their adherence to health guidance."

 "You succeed in controlling the virus, and now you’re having infections."

 

California Gov. Gavin Newsom talks during a news conference at Universal Studios in Universal City, Calif. On Wednesday, he signed a bill into law intended to combat organized retail theft. 

California Gov. Gavin Newsom talks during a news conference at Universal Studios in Universal City, Calif. On Wednesday, he signed a bill into law intended to combat organized retail theft.  (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu, File)

FLORIDA HOSPITAL CELEBRATES ZERO COVID PATIENTS FOR FIRST TIME SINCE 2020

Cases in California are no longer falling, with the rate increasing to the CDC’s red "high" level of virus transmission stemming from the delta variant, the outlet reported. But Southern states such as Texas and Florida - where state leaders do not enforce face mask policies or support other strict mandates - are in the CDC’s orange "substantial" transmission level.

California’s vaccination rate is higher than states such as Texas and Florida, but that still hasn’t stopped the outbreaks. Sixty-two percent of California’s total population is fully vaccinated, while Florida reports 60% and Texas 54%.

FLORIDA COVID CASES, DEATH RATE AMONG LOWEST IN THE COUNTRY

Gov. Gavin Newsom and other California leaders put some of the most strict coronavirus measures in place last year, which have continued into 2021. 

 

Photos of Govs Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis 

Photos of Govs Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis  (Getty Images)

In the Bay Area, health officials reimposed indoor face mask orders and won’t lift the measures until the area falls below the CDC’s orange "substantial" transmission level for three weeks or more. So far, most of the Bay Area counties still remain in the orange zone, besides San Francisco, which is in the yellow zone, the outlet reported. 

California saw fewer cases of the delta variant over the summer with the state’s area’s higher vaccination rate. Those who were not vaccinated and have recovered from the virus, now also have immunity, the outlet reported, and the virus has a more difficult time spreading.  

DESANTIS: WE ARE ACTIVELY RECRUITING OUT-OF-STATE POLICE OFFICERS OUT OF JOB DUE TO VACCINE MANDATES

"These regions are now being partly protected by high prior infection rates," said Dr. Bob Wachter, chair of the medical department at the University of California-San Francisco. "But these people whose immunity comes from COVID-19 are not very well protected, and their immunity will wane with time."

 

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES - 2021/09/22: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks during a press conference before newly appointed state Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo at Neo City Academy in Kissimmee, Florida. A day after being appointed, Ladapo instituted his first rule giving parents "sole discretion" over whether their child wears a mask at school, and also allowing students who come in contact with the coronavirus to continue attending class if they remain asymptomatic. (Photo by Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

KISSIMMEE, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES - 2021/09/22: Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks during a press conference before newly appointed state Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo at Neo City Academy in Kissimmee, Florida. A day after being appointed, Ladapo instituted his first rule giving parents "sole discretion" over whether their child wears a mask at school, and also allowing students who come in contact with the coronavirus to continue attending class if they remain asymptomatic. (Photo by Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Watcher added that with low booster shot rates and waning immunity,  "the end result is that we’ve plateaued in our improvements, both nationally and in California, and it’s likely we’ll soon see some significant upticks."

"California has done very well over the past few months, but we still have too many unvaccinated people," he added. "People are spending more time inside and being more active, and masking is going down."

Florida, meanwhile, hit another new benchmark last week. The first hospital in the state to treat a COVID patient last year, Doctor’s Hospital, announced that for the first time since the pandemic, it has no virus patients in its care. 

"This is great news! For two weeks and counting, Florida has had the lowest rate of new COVID-19 cases in the entire country – with no mandates, vaccine passports, or lockdowns. Overall, COVID hospitalizations have been declining for more than 70 days straight, and we’re at an all time low in terms of the number of COVID patients hospitalized statewide," Gov. Ron DeSantis' press secretary, Christina Pushaw, told Fox News on Monday when asked for comment about Doctor's Hospital in Sarasota. 

 

Doctor's Hospital in Sarasota, FL

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"Governor DeSantis is proud of Florida’s success with launching monoclonal antibody treatment sites throughout the state, which made a huge impact on lowering hospitalizations and saving lives. Early treatment – getting the monoclonal antibodies as soon as possible after testing positive or experiencing symptoms – cuts the risk of hospitalization by 70% or more," Pushaw added.

 

 

https://www.foxnews.com/us/masked-california-covid-rate-twice-florida

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