When I left work on Tuesday, the hospital where I work had more than 30 COVID patients admitted. I was off for two days and returned to find that the COVID totals had more than doubled to 84 patients. So an entire wing of one floor is now occupied by COVID patients, and they are putting them two in a room, which hospitals don’t like doing because of Obamacare and its reliance on Press-Ganey scores.

As far as I know, we have not had any fatalities due to COVID lately. The ICU is now full, with more than half of the patients in it being COVID patients.

That’s all I know for now.

Categories: COVID


PapaSierra · July 31, 2021 at 7:32 am

I have a few questions:
– are they reporting how many are vaccinated vs. non-vaccinated?
– does the hospital treat anyone with ivermectin? If not,why?

Bad Dancer · August 1, 2021 at 11:36 am

I’m be curious about the reason for admittance. Is it for persons needed hospitalization or a precautionary thing?

Where I work they all but kidnap people who test positive whether they need or want it.

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