We’re told that this virus is so deadly, we need to give up our jobs, our businesses, our freedoms. Our rights to visit our family and friends. Our right to stand next to another human being.
So given the severity we’re told – do these actions make sense?
We’re putting healthy citizens on house arrest for fear of spreading the virus to other healthy young people, but then we’re FORCING people with the virus into the homes of the people who are the most vulnerable to it? And note the accompanying shipment.
On March 25, New York’s Health Department issued a mandate that state nursing homes could not refuse COVID-19-positive patients who were “medically stable,” meaning facilities that housed the most vulnerable populations were forced to introduce the virus into their midst.
A nursing home in Queens received two coronavirus patients who had been discharged from a hospital (but were still contagious and in need of care) – along with a box containing body bags, The New York Post reported. An executive at the facility told the Post it had been free of the coronavirus prior to accepting those two patients. The executive also said that along with the two patients arrived a shipment of personal protective equipment and the body bags.
“My colleague noticed that one of the boxes was extremely heavy. Curious as to what could possibly be making that particular box so much heavier than the rest, he opened it,” the executive told the Post. “The first two coronavirus patients were accompanied by five body bags.”
A summary of reporting on lack of screening at Canadian airports, continued flights from China, and RCMP accepting illegal immigrants at the border.
Event 201 simulated a global pandemic situation of a coronavirus that caused a range of symptoms between mild flu-like signs to severe pneumonia. The event took place in October 2019. What are the odds of this timing?
Candice Owens asks some excellent questions about the response to the virus and the implications. Excellent analysis.
Citizens are put in a jail cell for “violated social distancing”, but we’re releasing criminals from jail cells?
The total number of prisoners in Italy has dropped by 6,500 since February 29, according to the Justice Ministry.
Alessio Scandurra, coordinator of Antigone, a prisoner’s rights association, said the coronavirus regulations and other factors are behind the decrease in inmate population.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo explains his rational for keeping ventilators in a stockpile instead of sending to the hospitals. Does this make sense? Shouldn’t modelling indicate which locations will be hardest hit at the apex?
“I hope we don’t have so many people infected (with COVID19) that we actually have that herd immunity.”