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    Sorry Impact but this does not speak for all Nurses and I know a few. I doubt if this speaks for more then a small minority.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwhite View Post
    Sorry Impact but this does not speak for all Nurses and I know a few. I doubt if this speaks for more then a small minority.
    Sorry GW. My daughter is a nurse and I interact with nurses in hospitals. The mood is there and the under current is flowing.
    Lots of unrest happening now that people are seeing the government lies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnjyb View Post
    Hospitals were overwhelmed and at capacity 2 months ago, 2 years ago, 5 years ago, 20 years ago. We were ALWAYS hearing there were no beds available. Nothing changes except for the reason that the same beds are always full. Keep yelling WOLF!!! and the sheep are going to start ignoring the yelling.
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    Funny you mention that. Was speaking to a person who works in one of the Ottawa hospitals which is "at capacity". They told me that they have entire wings in the hospital that are closed because they can't get enough money to staff them. Basically half the hospital is full!

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    Quote Originally Posted by impact View Post
    Sorry GW. My daughter is a nurse and I interact with nurses in hospitals. The mood is there and the under current is flowing.
    Lots of unrest happening now that people are seeing the government lies.
    Impact, real question here ... are the ICUs as crammed as the media is saying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oaknut View Post
    Funny you mention that. Was speaking to a person who works in one of the Ottawa hospitals which is "at capacity". They told me that they have entire wings in the hospital that are closed because they can't get enough money to staff them. Basically half the hospital is full!

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    the hospitals that are full are full to staffing capacity. sure there are more beds, but that doesn't mean there are people to staff those empty beds you cant have sick people with no one to staff them.




    you guys should turn on the news right now. its a real name calling show right now LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkB View Post
    Impact, real question here ... are the ICUs as crammed as the media is saying?
    The ICU's in Ottawa were crammed when we had 8 Covid patients admitted last year.....they did nothing to rectify that since the pandemic began. The over crowding of Hospital ER s is also normal business practise for any big city hospitals..they run at 100%
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    and yet, they are making temporary hopitals to hold more patients ?!

    While hospital wings are closed due to low staff .lol what a joke.

    I have seen and heard of nurses and social workers walk out of job past year though ...
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    Meanwhile...

    https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/corona...cans-1.5388245

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkB View Post
    Impact, real question here ... are the ICUs as crammed as the media is saying?
    Like I posted last year, ICU's are cost centres for hospitals and always run at or near full capacity.
    They very frequently redirect ambulances from one hospital to the next. Always been that way even prior to covid.
    Due to patient confidentiality I cannot take a picture or tell you who is admitted for what in ICU.

    What I can tell you is that if your brought in for a heart attack (as an example) and happen to test positive for covid while your there even though your asymptomatic, well guess what?

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