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US children’s hospitals overwhelmed by RSV cases

Al Jazeera 30 Nov 2022
Los Angeles, California, the US – “It feels like this endless, large-volume influx that keeps coming through our emergency department, or phone calls from outside hospitals who are also bursting at the seams,” Hui-wen Sato, an intensive care unit (ICU) nurse at a Los Angeles children’s hospital, said of a recent surge of RSV cases.
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China: New COVID prevention measure leaves scores of discharged patients stranded in railway station

Ruptly 30 Nov 2022
Scores of COVID-positive passengers were stranded outside the Guangzhou South Railway Station in China after they were released by the Fangcang hospital ... The patients were under isolation at the Fangcang hospital before the government announced their return to their hometowns, compelling the hospital to let them go ... .
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China: New COVID prevention measure leaves scores of COVID patients stranded in railway station

Ruptly 30 Nov 2022
Scores of COVID-positive passengers were stranded outside the Guangzhou South Railway Station in China after they were released by the Fangcang hospital ... The patients were under isolation at the Fangcang hospital before the government announced their return to their hometowns, compelling the hospital to let them go ... .
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Inova sees ‘unprecedented patient volumes’ post-Thanksgiving

Wtop 30 Nov 2022
A Virginia hospital system said that it is seeing “unprecedented patient volumes” following the Thanksgiving holiday. Inova cited the spikes in flu, COVID-19, respiratory syncytial virus or RSV and other illnesses as the reason for the surge and the strain on hospital capacity, particularly emergency departments.
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Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation confirms 8 measles cases, readies isolation ward

The Times of India 30 Nov 2022
As for preparedness, he said civic hospitals have been asked to set aside wards with four to five beds to isolate measles cases ... PCMC chief Shekhar Singh said a ward has been readied at the Yashwantrao Chavan Memorial Hospital. In Pune city, PMC officials said they too have asked their hospitals to prepare for aggressive vaccination and screening ... .
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“Covid is becoming like another infectious disease that we have to live with” - PHC ...

Nation 30 Nov 2022
Dr Jude Gédéon, the Public Health Commissioner, met with the press yesterday to give more details on this decision ... This removal will facilitate travellers ... The Family Hospital at Perseverance is back to operate as a family hospital but a section of the hospital is reserved as isolation centre in case they need to use it for other diseases ... ....
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Mayor says NYC will treat mentally ill, even if they refuse

Lockport Union-Sun 30 Nov 2022
NEW YORKNew York City’s mayor on Tuesday said he was directing police and city medics to be more aggressive about getting severely mentally ill people off the streets and subways and into treatment, even if it means involuntarily hospitalizing some people who refuse care ... They cycle in and out of hospitals and jails.”.
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New York City will forcibly treat people with severe mental illness if necessary to get ...

Penn Live 30 Nov 2022
New York City’s mayor on Tuesday said he was directing police and city medics to be more aggressive about getting severely mentally ill people off the streets and subways and into treatment, even if it means involuntarily hospitalizing some people who refuse care ... They cycle in and out of hospitals and jails.”.
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EastEnders spoilers: Denzel and Amy reunite after terrifying hospital dash?

Metro UK 30 Nov 2022
Will they get back together? (Pictures. BBC). There’s a crisis for Amy Mitchell (Ellie Dadd) in upcoming EastEnders episodes, and she’s rushed to hospital. Amy has been struggling with her mental health for some time after feeling isolated from her family and friends and being the subject of malicious gossip, and has resorted to self-harming ... More ... ....
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New York City will involuntarily hospitalize more mentally ill people under new plan

Yahoo Daily News 30 Nov 2022
In a move he said is aimed at tackling the city’s mental health “crisis,” New York Mayor Eric Adams announced a directive Tuesday instructing police and first responders to remove people displaying severe symptoms of mental illness from the city’s subways and streets and take them, even involuntarily, to area hospitals.
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Mayor says New York City will treat mentally ill, even if they refuse

Chatanooga Times Free Press 30 Nov 2022
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City's mayor on Tuesday said he was directing police and city medics to be more aggressive about getting severely mentally ill people off the streets and subways and into treatment, even if it means involuntarily hospitalizing some people who refuse care ... They cycle in and out of hospitals and jails.".
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Mayor Eric Adams says New York will treat mentally ill, even if they refuse

The Los Angeles Times 30 Nov 2022
New York City’s mayor on Tuesday said he was directing police and city medics to be more aggressive about getting severely mentally ill people off the streets and subways and into treatment, even if it means involuntarily hospitalizing some people who refuse care ... They cycle in and out of hospitals and jails.”.
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NY AG accuses Rochester-area nursing home of $18.6M Medicaid fraud tied to COVID deaths

The Leader 30 Nov 2022
She was found unresponsive on July 13, 2021 and sent to the hospital, where she died.A woman admitted to The Villages in January 2020 for rehabilitation of a broken leg soon began refusing her food and medication and spoke of wanting to die ... Hospitals in upstate NY ravaged by bed, staff shortages.
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China’s COVID-19 crisis demands terrible choices, and the world would suffer if it goes wrong

Taipei Times 30 Nov 2022
By Devi Sridhar / The Guardian. Protesters across China have made one thing very clear ... Illustration. Mountain People ... This involved recurrent lockdowns affecting millions, but also building isolation centers and hospitals very quickly, mass polymerase chain reaction testing, intensive contact tracing and surveillance, and mandatory masking ... .
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Thanksgiving in a Victim World. Resuming Our National Holidays After a Mass Violation

GlobalResearch 30 Nov 2022
To receive Global Research’s Daily Newsletter (selected articles), click here ... It was that dream. But for a nation ... And so on ... Yes, still ... Adult sons and daughters could not save their elderly parents from miserable isolation and from dying alone. Wives could not save their husbands from being neglected in hospitals or even murdered with Remdesevir ... Two?.

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