B.C. nurse suspended after asking co-worker to create ‘false vaccine information’

A Nanaimo, B.C., nurse has been suspended after he requested a piece colleague to create “false vaccination information” for himself.

Jeremiah Isaksen, a group well being nurse who works with a “high-risk inhabitants,” has acquired a one-week suspension from the British Columbia Faculty of Nurses and Midwives.

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The school additionally mentioned Isaksen had a number of different “apply points” that occurred between 2021 and March 2022.

Isaksen additionally shared misinformation concerning the COVID-19 vaccine on his social media, claiming the vaccine was pointless, unsafe and presumably deadly, the faculty mentioned.

He additionally equipped an elder with edible hashish merchandise outdoors of the elder’s health-care plan.

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The school mentioned Isaksen agreed to the one-week suspension in addition to partaking in a course on ethics.

International Information has reached out to the faculty and the Ministry of Well being for additional remark.

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