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Have local hospitals decided it's a cold?
Workers to go back to work with mild Covid symptoms
New guidelines show our health care systems have declared an end to their self created emergency. Health care staffing is short due to many leaving after the illegal mandates were threatened. Mask and Vax is not stopping the illness. Cleveland clinic has 3,000 health care workers ill with Covid despite 85% an vax rate.
So health care leadership at Cleveland Clinic and Summa Health now treat Omicron as a cold.
Return to work even with mild symptoms at Cleveland Clinic and Summa:
From the article: “Under the new guidelines, effective immediately, those who have the novel coronavirus but are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms may still be able to work, as long as they do not have a fever, defined as a temperature of 100.4 F or higher. Mild illness includes cough, sore throat, fatigue, headache and muscle pain.”
Why did they go along with this? Why did they ignore early treatment that could have relieved overburdened staff and saved 500,000 lives according to Dr. Peter McCullough and Dr. Robert Malone? (50,000,000 people are estimated to have listened to Dr. McCullough on Spotify with Joe Rogan.)
Is it money? If you look at the hospitals’ bottom lines they have hundreds of millions of dollars in “net revenue” from 2020 and 2021. Cleveland Clinic alone surpassed $1 billion in net revenue in that time frame. Summa added $100 million in total revenue going from $1.4 billion to $1.5 billion for 2020.
A harder question: Why did Summa and Akron Children’s Hospital force staff to get risky experimental genetic treatments that fall to 20% efficacy after 8 months?