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Hospitals locally and across the nation are allegedly “overwhelmed” and “unable to provide adequate emergency care for the sick.”

If true, that situation is unlikely to improve following a decision by Indiana University Health to terminate 125 employees who declined to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

“Indiana University Health has put the safety and well-being of patients and team members first by requiring employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Sept. 1,” a spokesperson said in a statement. “After a two-week unpaid suspension period ending Sept. 14, a total of 125 employees, the equivalent of 61 full-time employees, chose not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and have left the organization.”

Exemptions were only allowed on medical or religious grounds.

Rob Kendall and “Substitute Mock” discussed the terminations and the increasing intrusion on your Constitutional liberties on today’s show. Click below to listen.