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Will rural communities survive the vax mandates? 100 Mile House health care workers speak out

Despite British Columbia experiencing a health care worker shortage long before life with COVID-19, thousands of frontline health-care workers in the province went from yesterdays heroes to yesterday’s trash on October 26.

A provincial health order, signed by BC's provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry, forbids health care professionals who opted out of being injected with an experimental, phase 3 COVID-19 inoculation, from serving patients and their communities in certain health care settings.

With many of of these frontline workers having more hands-on experience with COVID-19 patients than Dr. Henry, it begs the question: why, even after unethical coercive pressure to take these particular jabs, are so many willing to be terminated, or laid off without pay, from a career they worked so hard at achieving?

To shed some light on this question I traveled to 100 Mile House, BC. The hospital there serves a rural community as well as patients from local first nations reserves, and is in the Interior Health region — which is losing a higher percentage of health-care workers due to these 'no jab, no pay' mandates.

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