How Many Will Be Hospitalised and Die, Denied Access to Early Treatment With Hydroxychloroquine and/or Ivermectin Because Politicians & Health Bureaucrats Refuse To Admit They Were Wrong?
By Craig Kelly
How many will be hospitalised and die, denied access to early treatment with Hydroxychloroquine and/or Ivermectin because politicians & health bureaucrats refuse to admit they were wrong ?
With the vaccines failing the hospitalisations and deaths mount amongst the “fully vaccinated”, in Queensland it remains a criminal offence for a doctor to prescribe Hydroxychloroquine, despite the peer-reviewed science showing it’s a safe & effective treatment.
It’s not the doctors that should face jail, but the politicians & health bureaucrats for withholding medical treatments from Australians – conduct which is a crime against humanity.
But they’d rather people die, than admit they were wrong.
Queensland Records Deadliest Day of COVID-19 Pandemic, 15,962 Cases
Dr Gerrard said the hospitalisations are clearly increasing in Queensland
“The virus does seem to be finding older people who have not received that third dose,” he said.
Of today’s cases, 5984 were reported by positive rapid antigen test results.
There are 819 people are in hospital including 50 people in ICU and 18 people on ventilators.
“That’s a substantial increase from the previous 24 hours when it was 702,” Dr Gerrard said.
“We often find numbers on a Monday are higher than other days, because of lags in discharges over the weekend, that is a common phenomenon in hospitals.”
“Clearly the numbers are going up.”
Dr Gerrard said the peak of the Omicron wave is expected at the end of this month.
New hospital visitor restrictions
Queensland’s Health Minister Yvette D’Ath has announced new visitor restrictions for hospitals in the state as COVID-19 cases surge.
Only two people will be allowed to visit patients in wards.
Only one person in addition to a patient can attend the emergency department.
“We have had some reports from hospitals and health services they are seeing large groups of family members coming into the emergency department together,” Ms D’Ath said.
“We really need to reduce the number of people coming into our emergency departments and moving around our wards.”
Queenslanders urged to have booster shot
Ms D’Ath has urged Queenslanders to come forward for their vaccination even if they have had COVID-19 recently.
“We are seeing a bit of a delay of people coming forward for second doses, particularly those in the 20 to 39 age group,” she said.
“If you have had COVID-19, there is no reason to delay coming forward for a vaccination.”
She added as long as people have recovered from symptoms, they can come forward for a vaccination straight away.