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originally posted by: Isurrender73
I don’t know what the truth is, ...
I’m a medical courier in SC. I go to hospital to hospital and the emergency rooms are empty. I thought it was strange. No lines, no one in tents. I did deliver a COVID to a lab and a nurse from the emergency room had to deliver 2 to the lab a few days ago. I’m just confused.
I deliver food an I've been to both our hospitals in greenville an I agree with u both ER r empty no lines no nothing so I asked one of the nurses how many covis cases y'all have an they said none I'm confused as fuk
I was in L.B. Memorial for 3 days last weekend. I seen the same thing it was empty. The nurses and Dr.’s I talked to said the media was blowing it out of proportion. They’re shoveling fear down the people’s throat’s. God bless!!
originally posted by: havok
There are reports of hospitals telling staff to mark the Death Certificates cause as "Covid 19" first no matter what caused the death and the remaining illness to be named secondary.
The way I read about it was this: If a person dies of normal causes, infection, pneumonia, cancer, what have you, the cause of death must be blamed on the virus. Why? To inflate numbers? To increase panic? Control?
People from all over are spying on hospitals and finding them empty. MSM is using same video of a crowded ER over and over claiming it is their local hospital. We caught them in that lie. I think it was ABC. Now people are going to their local hospitals and walking through, or video taping the Emergency and finding them completely empty. I experienced this when our 90n year old father had to go to emergency. I sat in emergency all by myself. No joke.
Policlinico Sant'Orsola-Malpighi Hospital in Bologna, Italy
The Sant’Orsola-Malpighi Polyclinic is a university and public hospital. The Polyclinc is the largest hospital in Italy, and the first of the four public hospitals of the city of Bologna. The Polyclinic has approximately 1,535 beds and 5,153 employees. Wikipedia
Will COVID-19 be the underlying cause?
The underlying cause depends upon what and where conditions are reported on the death certificate.
However, the rules for coding and selection of the underlying cause of death are expected to result in COVID19 being the underlying cause more often than not.