Nurses, Hospital Officials: Treatment Of Kids Injured In Waukesha Car Attack Being Hampered By Vaccine Mandate

“We just don’t have enough people and [supervisors] were frantically calling in everyone they could, but it wasn’t enough.”

Nurses and officials at the Children’s hospital where all the kids injured in the horrific Waukesha car attack were taken have revealed that treatment is being hampered by a staff shortage brought on by the COVID vaccine mandate.

The sources say that the Children’s Wisconsin Milwaukee Hospital struggled to care for 18 children rushed there in the aftermath because there are no longer enough nurses or support staff available.

One nurse speaking anonymously told local media that “It was a nightmare,” adding “We just don’t have enough people and [supervisors] were frantically calling in everyone they could, but it wasn’t enough.”

“We are taking care of everyone the best we can, but it’s hard,” the nurse added.

A hospital official also noted that there are currently over 200 open positions at the site, and more than 450 across all of the institute’s campuses, primarily because people have been forced out of work by the vaccine mandate which came into effect on November 15.

The report notes that 70% of religious exemption requests were denied and some clinics have been forced to close.

“This is because of the mandate,” another hospital source said, adding “People either quit because their exemptions were denied or didn’t even bother to apply. They just started looking for other jobs.”

The report also notes that the President and CEO of the hospital are working the emergency floor because of the shortages, and that $1000 bonuses are being offered currently with Thanksgiving holiday weekend bonuses of $4,500 being offered.

Eight-year-old Jackson Sparks was named by relatives as the sixth victim to have died from his injuries after black supremacist ex-con Darrell Brooks Jr allegedly plowed into the Christmas parade. More than 60 people were injured in the massacre, which has already become non-news among mainstream outlets.