Britain is verging on a second or third lockdown that will be far more restrictive than the first, because apparently hospitals are being overrun with COVID patients. Well, someone decided to clip the headlines from The Guardian, a left-wing newspaper in England, that each winter traditionally publishes articles warning that Britain’s hospitals are on the verge of collapse because they are being overrun with patients.
Nearly all of Britain was in a serious political lockdown over Christmas because of COVID-19 and of course, as we reported earlier, police actually arrested a woman who went into her local hospital and videoed the empty wards which everyone thought were full of people with COVID. Well, a Freedom of Information request reveals on how overrun the hospitals were in the island nation during 2020 as compared to previous years:
Apparently, it’s illegal to video empty hospital wards in Britain, where the government is implementing Draconian lockdowns because the health care system is being overrun with COVID patients.
If you listen to the mainstream media and British politicians, you could only describe the country as in the grip of the COVID-1984 apocalypse with looming threats of Tier 3 lockdowns and the cancellation of Christmas. So, why are there more empty hospital beds in December 2020 than there were in December 2019? The Daily Mail explains: Seven times more hospitals were 95 per cent full or more in the second week of December 2019 than this year – 80 compared to 11 – and England’s average intensive care occupancy is down from 84 per cent to 75 per cent. Some hospitals have this week announced they are postponing some non-urgent procedures like they did in the spring because of surges in Covid patients, while others say they are ‘coping’ and hope they won’t have to do so. READ: Are hospitals REALLY creaking under the strain of Covid before Christmas? NHS data shows trusts are STILL quieter than last December – with seven times fewer wards close to being full Of course, part of the …
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