Hospitals in America, Australia And Sweden Are Swamped With People 'Sicker Than Ever' -- And They Don't Have CovidChris Menahan
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Hospitals in America, Australia and Sweden are reportedly being overwhelmed with patients who are sicker than ever and the media insists that "no one knows why."
"ERs are now swamped with seriously ill patients — but many don't even have COVID," Michigan Radio reported last week.
Inside the emergency department at Sparrow Hospital in Lansing, Mich., staff members are struggling to care for patients who are showing up much sicker than they've ever seen.Australia is now reporting the same.
"Australia's hospitals under pressure, despite COVID-19 respite, as healthcare workers prepare for Delta threat, AMA report finds," ABC.net.au reported Thursday.
Australian hospitals are already overwhelmed and falling behind, even with the "once-in-a-generation" slowdown in patient numbers that came with COVID-19, an AMA report has found.Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan mentioned the surge in patients during a press conference on Sunday:
Similar is happening in Sweden, as P4 Jönköping reported last month (article translated by Google):
What could possibly be causing a surge in blood clots, heart attacks, heart conditions and weakened immune systems?
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