RN Jobs That Do Not Require Covid Vaccine

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by TraumaRN52 TraumaRN52, BSN (New) New Nurse

Specializes in Emergency Department. Has 11 years experience.

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klone, MSN, RN

Specializes in OB-Gyn/Primary Care/Ambulatory Leadership. Has 16 years experience. 14,293 Posts

What are her actual religions beliefs that exempt her from the vaccine? Because I'm pretty sure EVERY SINGLE major religious organization has gone on record stating that the benefits of the vaccine outweigh everything, and they endorse the vaccine, even the Christian Scientists, who have counseled: "respect for public health authorities and conscientious obedience to the laws of the land, including those requiring vaccination."

So I'm honestly curious what your mother's religion is.

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watchlady85, BSN, RN

Specializes in Registered Nurse. Has 9 years experience. 10 Posts

She doesn’t identify with a specific religion. She is a follower of Jesus Christ and His word, as am I. As the world calls us, “Christians.” It doesn’t matter to us what these scientists said in favor of these injections if it contradicts what the Holy Spirit is placing on our conscious and hearts.

toomuchbaloney

toomuchbaloney

Specializes in NICU, PICU, Transport, L&D, Hospice. Has 43 years experience. 8,947 Posts

On 7/5/2022 at 1:09 PM, watchlady85 said:

She doesn’t identify with a specific religion. She is a follower of Jesus Christ and His word, as am I. As the world calls us, “Christians.” It doesn’t matter to us what these scientists said in favor of these injections if it contradicts what the Holy Spirit is placing on our conscious and hearts.

Gotcha... what scripture encourages disobedience with public health guidance? Maybe that's the secret, Holy Spirit part...

kdkout

kdkout, BSN, RN

Has 27 years experience. 155 Posts

Oh boy 

GrumpyRN, NP

Specializes in Emergency Department. Has 40 years experience. 1,213 Posts

On 7/5/2022 at 10:09 PM, watchlady85 said:

She doesn’t identify with a specific religion. She is a follower of Jesus Christ and His word, as am I. As the world calls us, “Christians.” It doesn’t matter to us what these scientists said in favor of these injections if it contradicts what the Holy Spirit is placing on our conscious and hearts.

A follower of jesus? Is this the same jesus who healed the sick? Mathew 8:16, 12:15, 14:14 and numerous others.

So out of curiosity, why is it OK to use what was available in bronze age times but not to use what is available in modern times?

 

Mods, please be aware I am not trying to hijack this but Watchlady85 made a statement that needed clarification.

To Watchlady85, if you wish a discussion on theology please go to the Spirituality forum and I will be glad to discuss this all day long.

subee, MSN, CRNA

Specializes in CRNA, Finally retired. Has 50 years experience. 4,140 Posts

On 7/5/2022 at 5:09 PM, watchlady85 said:

She doesn’t identify with a specific religion. She is a follower of Jesus Christ and His word, as am I. As the world calls us, “Christians.” It doesn’t matter to us what these scientists said in favor of these injections if it contradicts what the Holy Spirit is placing on our conscious and hearts.

I'd also like to know where that position is referenced in the New Testament.  The Old Testament sentiment is that respect for the healthy body given you is a commandment.  I am curious where Jesus says that attitude should be changed.  

nursel56

Specializes in Peds/outpatient FP,derm,allergy/private duty. Has 46 years experience. 7,025 Posts

8 hours ago, GrumpyRN said:

A follower of jesus? Is this the same jesus who healed the sick? Mathew 8:16, 12:15, 14:14 and numerous others.

So out of curiosity, why is it OK to use what was available in bronze age times but not to use what is available in modern times?

 

Mods, please be aware I am not trying to hijack this but Watchlady85 made a statement that needed clarification.

To Watchlady85, if you wish a discussion on theology please go to the Spirituality forum and I will be glad to discuss this all day long.

I'm not a mod, Grumpy-- but I think this thread went sideways the minute a new member thought it would be entertaining to provoke an anti-vaxxer vs science throwdown in the guise of an innocent-looking job query.  

My own supposition, obviously... my opinion is you're all good.

klone, MSN, RN

Specializes in OB-Gyn/Primary Care/Ambulatory Leadership. Has 16 years experience. 14,293 Posts

On 7/5/2022 at 4:09 PM, watchlady85 said:

She doesn’t identify with a specific religion. She is a follower of Jesus Christ and His word, as am I. As the world calls us, “Christians.” It doesn’t matter to us what these scientists said in favor of these injections if it contradicts what the Holy Spirit is placing on our conscious and hearts.

So basically, you're choosing to pick and choose scripture like a buffet to suit your needs and preferences.

kdkout

kdkout, BSN, RN

Has 27 years experience. 155 Posts

43 minutes ago, klone said:

So basically, you're choosing to pick and choose scripture like a buffet to suit your needs and preferences.

 

 

Agree

The problem is when people have a degree based in science and (supposedly) protecting public health.

If you are going to pick religion over science, healthcare should not be your job

 

InHisImage

InHisImage, BSN

Specializes in ER, Occupational Health. Has 15 years experience. 70 Posts

On 10/17/2021 at 2:58 PM, chare said:

I'm about as conservative as you can get, and I have to say that I agree with everything that's been posted in response to your posts.

If you are in NC, I'm sure you're aware that most, if not all by now, of the major health systems have either mandated, or are in the process of mandating the COVID vaccination.  And, no doubt most of the smaller systems will as well. 

I can't find the article now, but read that only 20 Duke employees ultimately did not get either vaccinated or were granted an exemption.  And, I suspect when it plays out at UNC, the numbers will be comparable.

As I posted earlier, it seems that many that are opposed to the vaccination can talk-the-talk, but not many are willing to walk-the-walk.

Best wishes. 

Health Care Workers Settle COVID Shot Mandate for $10.3 Million
 

InHisImage

InHisImage, BSN

Specializes in ER, Occupational Health. Has 15 years experience. 70 Posts

On 10/20/2021 at 10:28 AM, subee said:

Nope.  ER for me!  Never heard "ED" at work.  Eastern US.

I’m in the Midwest.  Not technically “Eastern” US but more East than not.  We use both ER and ED

2 minutes ago, chare said:

And your point?

Did you read the article?