A former nurse who worked for Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center in California from 2015 until 2021 was fired for refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19. She describes COVID-19 protocols as “medical murder.”
Gail Macrae is a California nurse turned whistleblower who was fired for refusing to take the COVID-19 shot. She joined Liz Collin this week to discuss what she witnessed while working in health care during the pandemic.
Macrae has worked in hospitals, ICU care, and as a midwife. She worked for Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center in California from 2015 until 2021, when she was fired for refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
As COVID ramped up in the spring of 2020, the media insisted hospitals were overflowing with patients, but that’s not what Macrae saw firsthand.
“They were never full of patients. As a matter of fact, from the onset of COVID, for the whole first year of this pandemic not only was our hospital under capacity, but I was getting canceled,” she said.
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Macrae’s position with the hospital was per diem, meaning she could schedule herself when she wanted to work, and the hospital would cancel her shifts when there weren’t enough patients to staff her.
The winter of 2020 was “standard,” Macrae said. The hospital filled up twice, not out of the ordinary for winters. So when she had to tell patients’ families that they weren’t allowed to visit, she felt she was “violating” her ethics and her patients.
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