We almost missed this local tidbit but it's worth highlighting inasmuch as it offers an alternative perspective on some of the scare tactics from local medical pros.
Again, as always, we're simply reporting the politics of this situation and we advice anyone reading this: IF YOU'RE LUCKY ENOUGH TO HAVE ONE, TALK TO YOUR DOCTOR AND DO NOT TAKE MEDICAL ADVICE FROM D-BAGS ON THE INTERNETS!!!
Now here's the tidbit . . .
"Interestingly, we found that while hospitals ask vaccination status, most don’t track whether a patient has had a booster. We asked seven area hospitals, and only two shared their data. Liberty Hospital and Advent Health in Shawnee Mission."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
Kansas City, MO (KCTV)- Covid cases in the metropolitan area continue to increase. Today, the University of Kansas Health System reported their covid hospitalization number was the highest it has ever been, with 203 total patients either with, or still recovering from a Covid-19 infection.
Related reading redux from a mainstream news service . . .
It is not sustainable to give COVID-19 booster shots every 3 to 6 months in the long term, Britain's chief scientific adviser said on Tuesday, even though the booster rollout is needed in the short term to combat the Omicron variant.
You decide . . .