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posted ago by MrsBitterButter ago by MrsBitterButter +92 / -0

Mom had an emergency Thanksgiving eve. As much as we have been avoiding hospitals, she had some kind of internal bleeding and she had to go in.

ER doc asked about her vaccine status and when she told him no vaccines, he got pissed and started to berate her. I made him stop, got her thru the intake process and off she goes to her room.

They have resolved her issue and she is slated to come home tomorrow. She just called me in a panic because the patient across the hall just passed away - from COVID. She has been there for 4 days.

Luckily, I have an appointment with our doc on Monday morning and am hoping to get Ivermectin as prophylaxis to head off any bad germs that may have gotten to her (or me as a visitor).

My question... why on earth would they have a COVID patient with non-infected patients? I know they won't take responsibility if she were to catch it.

Sorry. So pissed right now.

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Surfsup 0 points ago +1 / -1

Patient likely didn't die of covid. They just claim it to get their $75k? Probably dies of something else otherwise yes, should have been in another wing, the ICU, cuz, muh covid, right? Document and sue them if you get covid.

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Wormself 0 points ago +1 / -1

If COVID is just a common cold, why would we need to separate people who “tested positive” ?

The only reason we should separate people is if it is a Chinese nano-bot. With a 99.8 survive rate, more like a nano-NOT.