A California hospital has threatened to give relatives the COVID vaccine

At another hospital in California, instead of using doses for the elderly or frontline workers – relatives of its employees have been incited to give the Pfizer / Bioentech coronavirus vaccine.

Southern California Hospital allowed its workers to invite relatives for vaccinations – as another area hospital criticized last week.

A woman who was vaccinated at Southern California Hospital told the Woman Range County Register, “The hospital planned to vaccinate all of its staff, but their staff was greatly reduced and they sat on a lot of melted vaccines.” And first offered to vaccinate respondents and also told staff that they could invite up to four family members. “

The Culver City Hospital Spittle was eventually overwhelmed by requests from the general public, forcing them to return to the frontline workers who had just been vaccinated.

Any decision by the hospital to treat the relatives of the employees flies in the way of the disease control centers, which ask them to inoculate during the post-vaccination phase.

Southern California Hospital Spital is another facility in Golden State that provides “extra” doses to family members.

Earlier this week, a Disney worker in California boasted on Facebook that he was able to get the vaccine because of his father-in-law, a “big deal” at Redlands Community Hospital.

“After being administered by physicians and staff who showed interest in the vaccine, several doses were left,” the hospital told the register. “Because the reconstituted Pfizer vaccine must be used within hours or disposed of, many doses were given to non-front line healthcare workers so that valuable vaccine could not be thrown away.