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Front-line work but can’t be vaccinated in time. American medical staff protest against the unfair distribution of coronavirus vaccines

Front-line work but can't be vaccinated in time. American medical staff protest against the unfair distribution of coronavirus vaccines

December 18th more than 100 front-line medical staff at Stanford Health Center in California held a protest because the coronavirus vaccination plan proposed by the health center did not protect the medical staff fighting on the front line of the epidemic.

According to ABC, medical staff in health centers often need to treat COVID-19 patients in the emergency room and intensive care unit, but many front-line medical staff are surprised to find that they are not on the first vaccination list, while some doctors who do not have direct contact with patients can give priority vaccination. For this reason, these front-line medical staff protested.

Sarah, a doctor at Stanford Health Center in California: When I work in a hospital but can’t get a vaccine, those doctors sitting at home only need to know the patient’s situation by video call. And the rooms I’m in are all patients who have tested positive for COVID-19, and it’s sad to get the doctors who are sitting at home getting the vaccine.

In response to this matter, Stanford Health Center in California said it was responsible for errors in the COVID-19 vaccination plan and would modify the vaccination plan as soon as possible.

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