hospitals that have the covirus vaccine?

SCL Health told all Colorado associates, providers, medical staff, contractors, suppliers, seasonal workers, students and volunteers to submit proof of COVID-19 vaccination by November. Get medical attention right away if you have any of these symptoms and were vaccinated against Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 in the last few weeks. Brattleboro Retreat, a Vermont psychiatric and addiction treatment hospital, is requiring employees to get vaccinated after some patients and staff tested positive for COVID-19, according to the Eagle Times. Ballad Health CEO Alan Levine told local media that forcing the remaining 38% of unvaccinated workers in the 22-hospital system to be vaccinated would likely exacerbate the current nursing staff shortage.

Kettering Health in Dayton, Ohio, is requiring employees, medical staff, students, volunteers and providers who work at its facilities to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by October. Banner Health will require COVID-19 vaccination as a condition of employment for its approximately 52,000 team members, the Phoenix-based health system said on 20 July. All of these vaccines have been shown to be effective in preventing serious illness, hospitalisations and deaths from COVID-19 disease. The 13-hospital health system said team members and partners who have not been vaccinated will have to undergo weekly testing, and health system leaders at the manager level and above will have until August.

The CDC is also now recommending a third dose of vaccine for certain groups of people with weakened immune systems who have received the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. The University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System is requiring employees and people who work at its hospitals and clinics to get vaccinated, the health system said on 30 August. Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau, Alaska, is requiring its employees to be vaccinated, KTOO reported on 30 August. Michigan Medicine in Ann Arbor is requiring its staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19, it said on 30 July.

Providence has announced that all 120,000 health care employees will be required (in states where it is permitted) to comply with a mandatory COVID-19 vaccination policy by September. In July, the hospital system fired six supervisor-level employees who refused to be vaccinated by the 30 June deadline set at the time, setting a strict example for lower-level employees. The University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System said it requires all employees and others working at its hospitals and clinics to be fully vaccinated by November.

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