BC nurses' union upset by new policy of compulsory flu shots for hospital staff
This flu season, all health care workers in the province will be required to get flu shots or wear masks.
The new policy is meant to protect vulnerable patients.
But the BC nurses' union is upset by the new compulsory flu shot policy, because they feel it unfairly punishes nurses who don't want to get the vaccine for various reasons.
Margaret Dhillon, an executive councillor with the BC Nurses' Union, spoke to Daybreak North about the new policy.
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