Saturday, December 26, 2020

Show-Me COVID-19 Hospitalization Record

The pandemic numbers in Missouri aren't encouraging as smaller towns have ALWAYS been short on medical resources and the pandemic pushes them to the breaking point.

Check the latest . . .

Missouri hit Christmas record for COVID-19 hospitalizations

ST. LOUIS (AP) - Missouri set a new record for patients hospitalized with COVID-19 on Christmas Day as the pandemic surges. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that there were 2,862 patients hospitalized statewide, eclipsing the previous record of 2,851 on Nov. 18. Hospitalizations have remained high in the past month.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

car wreck = Covid

burst appendix = Covid

Broken femur = Covid

Democrats and Media = liars

Anonymous said...

COVID-19 is not as deadly as initially feared.
The risk of death is very much limited to those who are elderly and infirm.
Various low-cost and low-risk medications effectively treat the disease.
Public health officials cannot accurately forecast the spread of the virus.
Tabulations of deaths from the virus are inflated.
Nobody knows how effective masks are.
And government directives are arbitrary, inconsistent, and contradictory.

Swalwell China spy said...

Thank you Dr. Stupid Shit

Swalwell China spy said...

Make that plural. Doctors

Anonymous said...

Two Minnesota state lawmakers are calling for an audit of death certificates that were attributed to the coronavirus, saying COVID-19 deaths could have been inflated by 40%.

State Rep. Mary Franson and state Sen. Scott Jensen released a video last week revealing that after reviewing thousands of death certificates in the state, 40% did not have COVID-19 as the underlying cause of death.

“I have other examples where COVID isn’t the underlying cause of death, where we have a fall. Another example is we have a freshwater drowning. We have dementia. We have a stroke and multiorgan failure,” Franson said in the video.

She added that in one case, a person who was ejected from a car was “counted as a COVID death” because the virus was in his system.

The COVID-19 restrictions in every state
Franson said she and a team reviewed 2,800 “death certificate data points” and found that about 800 of them did not have the virus as the underlying cause of death.

Anonymous said...

The big truth is that we will never "be rid of" this virus. Once out in the air, viruses tend to stick around forever. They mutate, they may become less "virulent" or they may become stronger. They will be with us in the same way that other viruses have. Every flu season we see variants of all the various viruses that have come before. The only way to even slow down the progress of this virus is to allow it to run its course. Live our lives as we always have. Some people will get sick. Some people will die. Most people will get over it and get on with their lives. Life and death are part of the human condition. The more these "experts" try to tell us what will and will not work in trying to prevent the spread of a virus are lying through their teeth. There are no "cures" for a virus. Even the common cold has no cure. It comes. It goes. We get through it. We do not need to lock down the country with these draconian regulations. They will not help and they will actually harm. Masks are useless as they do not protect the wearer and they don't do much to protect anybody else. Healthy people wearing masks are just putting a nice warm media in front of their mouths and noses to collect the bacteria from their breathing and the bacteria that is in the air. With an airborne virus, standing six feet from anyone is a joke. The air circulates and with it the virus. Being close to a sick person will no doubt increase your chances of getting the virus, but being six feet away is just a made up number that is meaningless. If your immune system is strong, you may not get the virus even standing next to a sick person. The truth is, everything that has been done in the name of protecting the public is a ruse to garner control over the public. Nothing has helped. The numbers show that. Let the virus run out its time and expect it to show up again next flu season. Get vaccinated if you think it will help, but be aware that there are a few reasons to beware of vaccines. Make sure that you will not have a reaction to the vaccine. Let your doctor know if you have allergies or have had a reaction to any vaccine before. If you get through a typical flu season without getting the flu, just keep doing the things you usually do to keep yourself healthy. Otherwise, get on with your life. Get rid of all these idiotic and useless lockdowns and regulations. That works.

A. Republican said...

We must punish evil China for this horrible virus that is just the common cold and we don't need masks but Trump was a hero for wearing one that one time and God bless him for inventing that miracle vaccine we're not going to take.

Anonymous said...

Let's really start trying at 1 million deaths.

Still prolly gonna go away on its own.

Right, CHUDS?

Anonymous said...

We're turning the corner!

From Bad St. onto Worse Ave.

Anonymous said...

So Trump golfs while the stimulus package sits.

Some leader.

Anonymous said...

Well, having a beer summit would just be silly.

Anonymous said...

Too much "pork" in the current COVID bill:

- $4 billion for New York’s MTA as part of bailouts for mass-transit systems.

- $15 billion earmarked toward grant programs for live entertainment venues such as Broadway.

- $7 billion toward expanding broadband access.

- A new law saying that violating copyright laws with unauthorized online streaming will become a felony punishable by five years in prison for first offenses and 10 years for repeat offensives.

- A rule saying the US Postal Service can no longer deliver e-cigarettes.

- New museums on the National Mall that will focus on Latinos and women, which were pushed by Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY).

- A declaration condemning a possible role by the Chinese Communist Party in the selection of Tibet’s next Dalai Lama. The current Tibetan Buddhist religious leader is 85.

- $500 million earmarked for Israeli defense purchases, including to equip the Iron Dome missile defense system.

- $250 million over five years for Palestinian economic aid, which was pushed by New York Democratic Rep. Nita Lowey.

- $101 million to combat “the transnational threat of wildlife poaching and trafficking.”

- $2.5 million for “Internet freedom programs in closed societies”
$10 million for “gender programs” meant to help women get education and start businesses in Pakistan.