Florida-Based Hospital System Won’t Require Its 83,000 Employees to Be Vaccinated: Memo

A Florida-based hospital system ended its vaccination mandate for its 83,000 employees after multiple federal courts issued preliminary injunctions against the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ vaccine mandate for health care workers.

AdventHealth, which operates in nine states including Florida, previously sent a letter to employees saying they had until Dec. 6 to get their first dose of a Moderna or Pfizer vaccine regimen, or the single-dose Johnson & Johnson shot by Jan. 4, 2022. Workers who didn’t comply could have faced termination.

“Due to recent decisions by the federal courts to block the…

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