4,338 nurses are not adequately vaccinated, and 2,807 are not vaccinated at all, according to the Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec.
The Quebec Order of Nurses says it will suspend the licenses of nurses who are not adequately vaccinated against COVID-19, Radio Canada reports.
Among nurses, 4,338 are not adequately vaccinated, and 2,807 are not vaccinated at all, said Luc Mathieu, President of the Ordre des infirmières et infirmiers du Québec.
Roughly 15,000 health-care workers who are not fully vaccinated will be suspended without pay starting Friday, Health Minister Christian Dubé has said.
The province is undergoing a major reshuffle of its 330,000 health-care workers to alleviate the shortage of workers.
Dubé has suggested to all professional orders in the health sector that they suspend the licenses of members who refuse to be vaccinated.
This story will be updated.
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