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How would you like to be a young Med Student knowing more Virus's are coming, and the Incompetent 'DO NOTHING' gop could be in the WH again


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15 minutes ago, benson13 said:

Our Hospitals are FULL....the Front Line Workers are worn out, and the trumpVIRUS is exploding, while Mentally ill Prez MORON sits upstairs tweeting Lies all day

 

TV programming crap, democrats or whoever can not stop old people from dying by joining together in a group and or non voluntarily classing, grouping everyone else and issuing socialist kangaroo court mandatory contracts etc.. The maximum human life span has been set by the creator at around 120 years and a human medical group has only been able to shorten your life span with pharmaceutical drug sales. There is no extra 200000 deaths in 2020, doctators are hijacking the cause of death in order to earn more money from disease. Your body has been estimated to be about 25% virus, 25% bacteria and 50% is you but if you, don't let the TV poop control your brain. 

 

Hijack gods creation, establish mandatory non negotiable commune group contracts for an artificial poop situation.

 

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5 hours ago, benson13 said:

Our Hospitals are FULL....the Front Line Workers are worn out, and the trumpVIRUS is exploding, while Mentally ill Prez MORON sits upstairs tweeting Lies all day


The average hospital occupancy rate in the US is 76%.  A friend is the COO of a large hospital and (per him), almost every hospital in the country needs to operate between 80-85% occupancy to be profitable.  He has worked in hospital admin for 30 years and said several days, in almost every week, their hospital has been at 100% capacity...and they function fine.

 

The mean ICU occupancy right now is 68.2%.

 

If people entering the healthcare profession are scared to be around sick people, I suggest they find a new profession.

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and Staffing Shortages

 

Even if a state has open hospital beds, it may not have the workers to put patients in them. “We are short of staff all times, either because they have COVID or they have some other illness, and we need to rule out COVID before we bring them back to work,” University of Wisconsin Health CEO Alan Kaplan told CNBC last week. The desperate times have led to some desperate measures. Last week, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum ordered that health-care workers who have COVID-19 but are asymptomatic can be sent back to work. Many nurses have objected to the practice.

 

“If we can get patients into staffed beds, I feel like they’re doing better,” Eli Perencevich, an infectious-disease doctor at the University of Iowa, told my colleague Ed Yong. “But that requires a functional health-care system, and we’re at the point where we aren’t going to have that.”

 

https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2020/11/third-surge-hospitals-staffing-shortage/617128/

 

 

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