Wad of money American dollar in nursing clothes, stethoscope on nursing clothes

“Houston Medical Hospital is offering $500 to 26,000 employees. That’s $13 million. Wonder who’s paying for it? Probably us.
“Graceland Nursing Home is paying $750, paid for by Fed govt.
“L.A. Fire Dept is offering firemen raffle prizes– gift cards, home security cameras, bikes– what, no toasters?”
– Penelope

I wonder. Do these medical workers kow something that we don’t?


“Health Workers and Emergency Responders Offered Incentives to Get COVID-19 Vaccines.”

Thus reads the headline TheVaccineReaction.org. 2 3 4 5 6

19 Jan 2021 –  Some employers are offering both monetary and non-monetary compensation as an incentive to get vaccinated.

Media reports show that employers around the country are offering workers on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic a range of incentives to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Marc Boom, MD, CEO of Houston Methodist Hospital in Texas told the hospital’s 26,000 employees that they would receive a $500 bonus but only if they fulfilled certain eligibility criteria. He said, “Eligibility criteria to receive the award include getting a COVID-19 vaccination, fulfilling our obligation as health care workers to lead the community,”10

Gracedale Nursing Home in Nazareth, Northampton County in Pennsylvania is offering its employees a one-time payment $750 as an incentive for getting the COVID-19 vaccine. One of the primary reasons for incentive is that many of their employees have expressed concern over the safety of the experimental mRNA COVID-19 vaccines being made available in the U.S. under an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) granted to vaccine manufacturers by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).11

See entire article, along with citations:

Thanks to Penelope for this link

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January 25, 2021 at 09:37AM