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Natalie Rise, 46, Coeur d'Alene, ID, Nurse, Anti-vaxxer, Told family not to get vaxx while dying.

Updated: Jan 23, 2022

By now you've heard this one because it's ridiculous. She was a nurse who died of COVID and told her family not to get vaccinated while she was taking her last breaths. Just ridiculous. Again, what kind of schooling do these nurses receive?




Anyway, there are TONS of stories on this one already. Just google "Natalie Rise" and you'll get pages of information. However, this one Twitter post says it all...



FYI, Natalie does get the distinction of being the most requested post on sorryantivaxxer, taking over Loren Sanford's spot. Sorry Loren.


RIP Natalie and Nursing.

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jayebug73
jayebug73
Nov 19, 2021

I also recently moved to the middle of nowhere from a large metropolitan area, so I think there's a cultural component too

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jayebug73
jayebug73
Nov 19, 2021

I know, it's ridiculous, I'm an RN, and I am just appalled. The other day, my coworker and I were testing those employees at my job who have declined the vaccine. One of my fellow RNs told me, with all seriousness, that I was going to turn into a zombie. Those were her exact words. I'm thinking, 'dont you have a degree in science?' I have a BSN, and I'm not trying to be snooty here, but I've read articles in nursing publications that seems to indicate that a correlation exists between educational level and quality of care. Maybe that explains some of it? I dunno, maybe there is a difference. It could be too, that many states are facing…

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Well she did stick to her belief until the end…. she just made the wrong choice and paid the ultimate price.

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Unknown member
Oct 11, 2021

There's STUPIDITY,then there's STUPIDITY on her level..LOL


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Blueapple
Blueapple
Oct 11, 2021

Nurses don't get the education they used to. Also, it depends on what level nurse they are. RN's used to have to have 4 years now they can be RN's at two years, it depends on the state. I think a proficiency exam should be given and passed with at least 70% or higher. You can imagine what EMT's are like now.

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I have been an RN for 15 years, mostly working in the ER. Some of the best and smartest nurses I have worked with are 2 year degree RNs. I assume you are not a nurse or you would already be aware of this. I have a Bachelor's Degree, and I really can't say that taking classes I took to earn that degree (History of Western Civilization, etc) has had much impact on my nursing ability.


This woman was a wackadoodle for sure. But I doubt another couple of years of school would have fixed that.

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