Alabama Hospital Defies Biden Administration, Ends COVID Vaccine Requirement for Staff

WJ:

Bowing to the threat of legal action against it, one Alabama hospital has rescinded its requirement that all staff be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

UAB Hospital in Birmingham said it will wait to learn how the federal vaccine mandates announced by President Joe Biden play out before imposing any requirement, according to WBRC-TV.

Last week, the Alabama Center for Law and Liberty said the hospital was violating state law, according to Al.com.

The letter said the state’s ban on vaccine passports means government entities cannot require anyone to disclose vaccine information.

“As the Supreme Court of Alabama has recognized, UAB Hospital is a state-run hospital,” the letter said. MORE

11 Comments on Alabama Hospital Defies Biden Administration, Ends COVID Vaccine Requirement for Staff

  1. Good!!
    2000 Maine health care workers have filed suit against Governor General Mills here in Maine to stop this ridiculousness.

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  2. Necessity has ALWAYS been the Mother of Invention.

    We need to be rid of this criminal and destructive government and that need will furnish the means of that.

    If JoeyShitwood had a brain, he’d know he’s walking a plank of his own creation.

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  3. The information about how toxic these vaccines are is starting to snowball. And now that James O’Keefe is on it, hopefully the insanity can be stopped before more people are hurt or killed.

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  4. That tv station , WBRC in Birmingham, is covid hype central. The station runs COVID news and numbers every 10 minutes, including COVID theme music and logo.

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