With Quebec short 4,000 nurses, health minister pleads, yet again: get vaccinated
Health Minister Christan Dubé said that the numbers of those hospitalized may seem small. But he'd like people to keep one thing in mind: Quebec is so low on nursing staff by now, it can't afford any more strain.
maybe instead of spending 15 million a month on covid media advertising, they could have spent it on nurses?
Quebec problem : Short 4000 nurses. Quebec solution: Forced vaccination of medical staff, leading to many resignations and early retirement. #MoronsInCharge
About to get worse once they start suspending nurses for refusing the 💉
As if the shortage is compensated by vaccinations. Huh? Of course #vaccinations are the baseline but respect #healthcareworkers whose lives are on the line and compensate them appropriately.
Meanwhile you are firing health care workers for a vaccine mandate. Moronic.
Given the choice between blaming the Healthcare crisis on their on mismanagement or blaming it on the unvaccinated, what do think that the government will choose?
Weren’t there in the vicinity of 10k new Canadians or attempting to become Canadian, that worked in health care in qc during the first wave and were promised fast track, just to find out they were indeed lied to and were left hanging??🤷🏻♂️
Same fucken problem in Quebec . Blame Ottawa. Blame Covid . Instead of just try fix the health care system. The pandemic crisis proven the health care system is broken . Need to be fix . You think 🤔
This is basically Quebec's future. When you go all xenophobic, it causes a brain drain.
Actions, meet consequences.
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