According to an article I read, Los Angeles County hospitals are now so inundated with COVID-19 patients, ambulance crews sit outside hospitals waiting for space.
Also, they were reportedly instructed to conserve use of oxygen and not to transport patients that have little chance of survival.
Hmm, like those patients who were shot in drive-bys. Because in the time of Wuflu, even the Left no longer cares about gun control. Not when you can make a quick $40K coding deaths by COVID versus gun shot wound.
The Los Angeles Times obtained a memo recently issued by the L.A. County Emergency Medical Services Agency. The memo states that ambulance crews should conserve oxygen by only giving it to patients who have oxygen saturation levels below 90%.
Did SCOTUS make the right decision on medical mandates for large businesses?
For the record, Kevin Jackson’s oxygen saturation level fell to 88 percent when he got the Wuflu. He was given two puffs of Ventolin HFA, and his levels shot up to 95 percent within minutes.
Of course, this latest COVID mandate follows directives last week stating ambulance crews should not transport patients to the hospital who have virtually no chance for survival. CNN reports crews are instructed to attempt resuscitation for at least 20 minutes until the patient is stabilized. If a pulse is not restored or if the person is declared dead at the scene, they are not to be brought to the hospital. And this is just LA County. Similar scenarios are playing out across the country.
With all this doom and gloom, it’s no wonder people seem desperate for a vaccine. But, as the saying goes, be careful what you wish for.
An Ounce of Prevention
There’s an old saying- an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. But what happens when the cure comes with magnanimous costs?
Such seems to be the case with the Covid vaccines. First, we learned some people experienced Bell’s Palsy after being vaccinated. And if half you face falling down to keep you from catching a cold isn’t enough to scare you, consider this.
Today, the CDC went on record to report 21 cases of anaphylaxis. In case you’re not quite certain what that means, let me explain.
Yikes. Some people need an epipen after receiving a covid vaccine. That is scary, in and of itself.
According to the US News,
An analysis Wednesday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Food and Drug Administration showed that from Dec. 14 to 23, there were 21 cases of anaphylaxis after administration of nearly 1.9 million first doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.
Nearly three-quarters of those reactions – 71% – occurred within 15 minutes of vaccination.
Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening allergic reaction that the CDC says can occur after a vaccination, although rarely. It typically occurs within minutes to hours.
The 21 cases of anaphylaxis were among 4,393 reports of adverse events following a dose of the Pfizer vaccination, according to the CDC. Among those instances, 175 reports were identified for further review as possible severe allergic reactions.
Do the Ends Justify the Means?
That’s exactly what Kevin Jackson recently wondered. In fact, last month he wrote:
Would you take a vaccine to stop a cold, if the vaccine might kill you? I wouldn’t.
I can’t help but wonder the same thing.