Hospital workers gathered outside Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead, New York, to oppose a vaccination mandate. The hospital leader said that 82% of staff were already vaccinated.

They should go into another line of work. They could pick up the virus at work or bring the virus into work. If they refuse to abide by public health requirements, they don’t belong in medical care facilities.

those who gathered around the Route 58 traffic circle outside Peconic Bay Medical Center – Northwell Health Saturday, holding signs that said “Let Me Call My Own Shots,” “My Rights Are Essential,” “From Hero To Zero,” and “My Body, My Choice, My Rights,” said they had concerns about the mandate.

Mike Hathaway, who lives in Coram and whose wife is a nurse, was among those participating. “It’s not even about politics anymore; it’s about freedom of choice. Letting people decide what’s correct for their own bodies.”

By the rhetoric they use about “my body, my choice,” you might think it was a pro-abortion rally.

Perhaps they could find outdoor work at one of the North Fork’s wonderful farms or vineyards, where they won’t endanger anyone else.