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"All Running From Forced Jabs" White SA Lady Reveals After Mzansi Hospital Seeks 300 Nurses For Jobs

"All Running From Forced Jabs" White SA Lady Reveals After Mzansi Hospital Seeks 300 Nurses For Jobs.

Apparently after a recent survey, it was discovered that the Inkosi Chief Albert Luthuli Central Hospital as the best in operational service in KwaZulu-Natal. But they were in a shortage of nurses.

This has been suspected to be due to many people's including nurses personal decision to not want to take the Covid-19 vaccine for reasons best known to them.

Moreso this call for qualified nurses to apply for work in the hospital comes as this is part of the necessary adjustments needed after the said hospital received increased financial support from the government.

However a white South African lady, Pauline, has said the nurses do not want to be forced into taking the vaccine as this is needed for be a medical worker or to work in any official government job. At the moment the acting CEO, Mtshali is seeking for the government's assistance to get qualified nurses to work and help reduce the stress of the few available.

With many comments on the post, most were saying nurses are under paid but a certain comment hints on the quality being sacrificed for quantity. Here are some reactions;

"Theres too much nurses doing nothing so what do you need more for. Who is checking on what they doing?"

"And sadly quality will be sacrificed for quantity."

"Next they will be putting in more nurses who surely won't even reach the pass mark but as long as they Vaxxed to fill the empty post it's bad enough that the service at some government hospitals are so pathetic."

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