In a shocking and revealing video posted to Rumble on Wednesday, a New York nurse lambasted the disjointed logic of health care administrators and government leaders.
The nurse, Brit Sully, leads by noting that she is “triple vaxxed” but contracted COVID, casting doubt on President Biden’s Jan. 5 declaration that the “vaccinated are highly protected” and the unvaccinated “should be alarmed.”
The professional health care worker then notes with suspicion the timing of the CDC’s recent decision to amend quarantine guidelines from 10 to 5 days. This decision happens to coincide with a shortfall of health care workers in the state, which follows the termination of hundreds of health care workers choosing not to be vaccinated.
Amazingly, Sully shares that though it “hasn’t even been five days” since she tested positive for COVID, the hospital informed her, “they’re ready for me to come back” to work.
When Sully questioned this, she was told she is to return to work as long as she is asymptomatic, a vague term defined by the hospital she works for as “not having a cough that is disruptive to others and no runny nose.”
The New York Health Department told her they are “not adopting the CDC guidelines at this time,” meaning she is still on quarantine (for 10 days) but must come to work and “can’t go to the grocery store… stop for food… [or] go to the gas station.”
Sully also notes that since the New York Health Department is not following the latest CDC guidance regarding quarantines, her three children must remain at home while the hospital orders her back to work.
She has been instructed to return to work wearing an N-95 mask for her entire shift. She questioned:
“What about this whole AHA guidelines? Let’s just go ahead and do CPR without PPE? I have COVID. I obviously will be wearing an N 95. But am I expected, with a non-COVID patient, to wait until I have full PPE on to do CPR? Or do we have the same guidelines for our non-COVID patients as we do for our COVID patients…? [Should I] just go ahead and start CPR? Is that what we’re doing? Should I tell my non-COVID patient that that’s my plan? I’m just going to go ahead…COVID [positive] and start CPR on you and wait until somebody else with PPE can come switch out with me?”
Nurse Sully closes her video post with, “Thanks, Kathy Hochul.”
Hochul is the Governor of New York, the state with the dubious title, “Least Free State in the Union.”
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