Yes. That's the phrase.
On another subject, I'm riled about hospital workers refusing to be vaccinated. This drives me nuts.
I'm an older person and I remember strong rules, for example, reportage on syphilis testing (and yes, I know there were false positives). I got caught in that net once myself, having a 1+ on a primary test. That scared me for a while, not that I thought I had syphilis, but that you have to report your contact(s). I already knew there were several levels on that testing, but, ugh.
Luckily, as someone who ran similar tests, I knew how questionable that 1+ result was and call the head of (man, I was a ballsy broad) infectious disease at the university, and he told me what test (of the other possible tests) to tell the clinic doc to ask for. Which came back negative.
This sounds like a diversion, but as a strong rule sort re hospital care, you don't want me running your hospital if you hope to just wear a mask and not get a flu shot.