Let’s be honest: it was never a good idea in the first place.

Hospitals across the country fired thousands of nurses for refusing the vaccine.

Despite the fact that they were last year’s “heroes,” hospitals fired nurses if they didn’t obey the government’s mandates.

Now, as Omicron numbers are surging across the country, hospitals are BEGGING these same nurses to return to the workplace.

Oooohhh the irony!

Perhaps that’s proof that they should have never been fired in the first place!

Dozens of nurses have taken to social media to share stories of their hospitals begging them to return to work.

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The media is finally picking up on this.

The Washington Post ran an article on healthcare worker SHORTAGES:

At the 390-bed Terrace View nursing home on the east side of Buffalo, 22 beds are shut down. There isn’t enough staff to care for a full house, safely or legally.

[…]

Nursing home bed and staff shortages were problems in the United States before the coronavirus pandemic. But the departure of 425,000 employees over the past two years has narrowed the bottleneck at nursing homes and other long-term care facilities at the same time that acute care hospitals are facing unending demand for services due to a persistent pandemic and staff shortages of their own.

Becker’s Hospital Review reveals that 16 states are CURRENTLY experiencing staff shortages at hospitals:

Sixteen states are experiencing critical staffing shortages in at least 25 percent of their hospitals, according to HHS data posted Dec. 28.

A critical staffing shortage is based on a facility’s needs and internal policies for staffing ratios, according to HHS. Hospitals using temporary staff to meet staffing ratios are not counted among those experiencing a shortage.

States in which at least 25 percent of hospitals are experiencing critical staffing shortages as of Dec. 28, listed in descending order:

1. New Mexico: 52.94 percent

2. Vermont: 47.06 percent

3. Rhode Island: 42.86 percent

4. South Carolina: 35.53 percent

5. West Virginia: 35.48 percent

6. Arizona: 33.67 percent

7. North Dakota: 33.33 percent

8. California: 32.44 percent

9. Kentucky: 31.73 percent

10. Wyoming: 31.03 percent

11. Wisconsin: 29.93 percent

12. Oklahoma: 28.68 percent

13. Colorado: 27.96 percent

14. Missouri: 27.35 percent

15. Georgia: 26.97 percent

16. Alabama: 26. 32 percent

To make matters worse, an ADDITIONAL 21 states are expected to have shortages as soon as next week.

Gee… it’s almost as though firing nurses over the unconstitutional vaccine mandate made things worse!

As they say…

Once you go woke, you go broke.

And it looks like our healthcare system is about to break for pandering to the radical left.

It truly is a sad situation.

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