More things that don't make sense
No wonder they closed the hospitals off to visitors and within the hospital probably physically cut off certain departments from each other. Isolate them and it is easier to control. The perfect isolation tool? A "deadly virus".
I just realise Jessica, you're probably unfamiliar with the Midazolam Murders, which might offer insight as to the high numbers of deaths appearing mysteriously out of nowhere.
Not so much a bomb, so much as a mass poisoning event.
The UK prescribing data, for example, showed a sudden, extreme increase in Midazolam that only occurred in March-April with no explanation, and there is a paper trail a mile wide it caused large quantities of deaths:
Midazolam is a death penalty drug. The UK government acquired 2 years worth in the span of a month, upon the demands of 'Dr Luke Evans':
When questioned on this, Luke simply blocked my account. Meaning he had read the article, but had no rebuttal for what was clearly planned mass murder.
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No I just know a couple of nurses at those. You’re doing great work. Sorry I can’t be more help. I was paying close attention at the time, am close to a major university hospital and know many drs. I never bought into it both from a liberty standpoint and also because there was no one sick around. Another thing I found very strange at the time is that LI was one of the last places to close schools. Last day March 13. All my friends in CA and even TX had already shut down a week and two before us. Isn’t that strange given they we were supposed to be the ones at deaths door? All the drs I know were hanging around boozing at home most of the “pandemic” like the rest of us. Not called in to help at university hospital they are affiliated with, nothing. And natl guard was up there in arena orchestrating field facilities so probably other places too.
Maybe I had it backwards. The whole ambulances moving of patients down the island thing happening very beginning of April. City to Nassau, Nassau to Suffolk if I recall. I know mmather and st charles at least received. There was the scuffle from Nassau comish wanting to organize data by where patient lived home addresses for covid numbers and gov swooped in the make sure covid and place of death was whatever hospital they were in NOT where they lived. Anyway I assumed they were transporting people to get deaths out of city and spread around BUT given the concentrations maybe they were moving people who weren’t likely to die (easily). Or whose family they thought might make trouble. Plus hospitals don’t like to move near death patients anyway. They were moving the “wellist” only probably out of the city hospitals leaving the rest.
Our national competence, honesty and health peaked with our national prosperity.
That was 1974, when Americans received their last raise. National stupidity is still far from peak, but incompetence is not.
Bless up 🙏
Jess, do you know when the "standard of care" in the hospitals was introduced? I am tryiing to track down the panel of "experts" both internal and external, that the NIH claims they assembled to establish the "standard of care" for Covid (i.e. practicing medicine without a license, and making vents and REMDEIVIR the SOC...BTW the NIH has never been given any formal responsibility or even in their charter for creating "standards of care"..I want to find out where they got this idea from).
I am not having much luck...but I am going to try the insurance companies next....I bet Kaiser and a few others might have used the re=imbursement policy of $$$$ to kinda give them a SHOVE in the right direction.
An explanation for the curiously low number of deaths in hospice: my guess is that hospitals were very reluctant to release patients to hospice because of covid spread fears. Maybe there was even an order, or guidance, discouraging them from doing so. Or, hospices were refusing to take in those patients. The vast majority of 70+ year-olds die at home, in hospitals, in nursing homes, or in hospice.
I know not releasing patients to hospice doesn't fit with Cuomo's order on releasing + people from hospitals to nursing homes, but as Jessica says, there was a "20% decline in discharges from city hospitals to skilled nursing facilities in 2020."