IU Well being Indiana Begins Suspending Unvaccinated Staff: Report

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Indiana University Health has begun suspending employees who have not been vaccinated against COVID.

While an exact number has not yet been released, a hospital spokesman said Thursday that fewer than 300 have been suspended, according to the Indianapolis Star.

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In June, Indiana University Health became one of the state’s first employers to request that all employees be vaccinated against -19, giving them a September 1 deadline.

The hospital has around 36,000 employees.

The number of suspended employees fell as their vaccination status was updated, a spokesman said.

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The health system is one of the largest employers in Indiana.

IU Health employees who have not complied with the vaccination order are allowed to return to their workplace after full or partial vaccination.

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Following the mandate of IU Health in the state, the Community Health Network, Eskenazi Health, Indianapolis EMS, and the Marion County Health Department are all issuing different deadlines for September.

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