OAN, Twitter, they’re out there, nobody died, the disease is a hoax, ICU beds are empty and the emails from the Israeli trolls, “why is VT betraying us all,” having predicted exactly what we are seeing.
VT is now predicting our Israeli and Saudi friends will attack the US, saying its Iran, in an attempt to save their criminal partnership with the Trump regime.
Guardian: Covid-19 cases are surging across much of the American south and west, as familiar scenes of weary doctors and nurses in packed hospitals replay across a new region.
In today's Panic Porn in NSW Media, there are 3 key facts left out:
1. Three COVID-reported deaths in Aust last 6 weeks
2. 10 people in Australia's 7000 ICU beds
3. Many more will die from consequences of Govt-induced unemployment than this virus.
— Real Mark Latham (@RealMarkLatham) July 10, 2020
In Washington, Congress is gearing up to pass another economic stimulus package. Optimistic economists once thought such a package could be unnecessary. But Covid-19 is now expected to continue to hurt the economy.
BREAKING: Florida's coronavirus cases jump by 12,624, one of the state's highest daily totals.
Florida currently has 47 hospitals with no available ICU beds and 25 hospitals with just one available ICU bed, officials say. https://t.co/U4C4u8vDDP
— ABC News (@ABC) July 13, 2020
The US is now logging more than 70,600 new Covid-19 infections a day, according to Johns Hopkins University, up from a low of around 20,000 in early June.
Many Arizona businesses remain open despite the state reaching record numbers of new COVID-19 infections, hospitalizations and ICU bed usage.
VP Pence continues to falsely claim that the state’s numbers are “declining." https://t.co/XO4byZr7zp
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) July 10, 2020
Before you decide to be a dick and joke about COVID I thought I’d let y’all know that El Paso is currently experiencing a shortage on ICU beds. So it’s all fun and games until a family member gets sick and can’t get a bed in intensivie care.
— posh spice (@LittleBiaancaa) July 13, 2020
More than 3.5 million people have been diagnosed with Covid-19 and 138,000 have died since January, when the disease was first found in the US.
Last night #Florida remaining hospital capacity was 20.72% & ICU was 15%(not counting additional beds that can be converted).
But these numbers will get much worse if discharges slow down due to not enough doses of Remdesivir.
We can’t wait until July 27th for next allocation.
— Marco Rubio (@marcorubio) July 16, 2020
“People continue to ignore recommended guidelines on how to help slow the virus’ spread. People continue to complain about wearing a mask. We’ve got to do better as a community.”
Experts consider rising hospitalization rates a likely harbinger for a surge in US deaths, which as a lagging indicator, have remained low. In the last week, hospitals from Florida to southern California have filled with patients in need of intensive care.
BREAKING: Hospitals with small ICUs have 3x the COVID death rate of those with at least 100 ICU beds. https://t.co/gbUn1CBpX3
— Andy Slavitt @ 🏡 (@ASlavitt) July 18, 2020
“All of our ICU beds are full,” Dr Risa Moriarity, the University of Mississippi medical center executive vice-chair, emergency medicine told local news station WAPT. “We have patients in the emergency department who need ICU beds. They’re on ventilators.” read more…
'Our ICU beds are full': Covid-19 cases surge across American south and west https://t.co/bzDYxKF74r
— The Guardian (@guardian) July 18, 2020