Daily Archives: November 30, 2020

COVID Is Not Only Real – It’s Too Real

Workers in El Paso, Texas, move coronavirus victims from refrigerated trailers into the main morgue on Monday, November 23. El Paso County has seen a surge in coronavirus cases over the last month, and inmates have been recruited to help the shorthanded, overworked staff. Ivan Pierre Aguirre/Reuters (CNN.com)

I’ve worked in healthcare and have seen many people die, but I’ve never seen anything like this. People in stacked body bags, filling refrigerated trucks because the morgue is full. This is the type of thing that happens when weapons of mass destruction are used in wartime. It should not happen in 21st century American cities, especially since the recommendations–masks, social distancing, staying home, and hand-washing–could have prevented this.

COVID-19 has infected 13,723,671 Americans as I write this, which is over 4 percent of the entire population of the United States. Today there are 5,377,420 Americans who are currently infected. Some of those people may have mild or no symptoms. Others may suffer neurological or pulmonary problems for the rest of their life and. Unfortunately, 273,160 Americans have already died. Even those who have not contracted the disease have suffered loss of jobs, businesses, and homes.

Projections are that the numbers will rise in three weeks because of Thanksgiving travel and gatherings. Between Christmas and New Years, deaths from those infections are expected to peak.

I”ve never before seen a “hoax” that is this deadly.