Fired for not getting a flu shot? An Indiana hospital gets tough on employees, firing eight workers who refused to get the shot.
FOX News Radio's Dave Anthony reports:
(Gingerich) "I am not a troublemaker. I feel like I'm a good nurse."
But Joyce Gingerich is no longer working at IU Health Goshen Hospital in Indiana, among eight workers fired for refusing to get flu shots.
Nurse Sue Schrock's reasons?:
(Schrock) "They are biblical. That they are God led. And they're who I am."
But the hospital rejected her religious exemption request under the new policy.
She has other objections too:
(Schrock) "It's a toxin that I don't want in my body. There are side effects with that. There are no guarantees that it's even going to protect you."
The hospital says mandatory flu shots are aimed at protecting patients with compromised immune systems.
Dave Anthony, FOX News Radio.