Must See: Hospital Overcrowding Was Happening Way Before COVID

Must See: Hospital Overcrowding Was Happening Way Before COVID
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The Jimmy Dore Show – Well before COVID-19, back in 2018 hospitals across the United States were facing bed shortages, ICU overcrowding and staff pushed to the brink – all because of the flu.

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Per the CDC. In 1975 with a population of 216 million, the US had a total of 1.5 million hospital beds. In 2020 while the population had increased to 330 million, the total number of hospital beds decreased to 925,000. As unbelievable as these numbers sound feel free to verify them for yourself.

Hospitals are built to stay full, NOT empty. What is more aggravating is areas that have closed hospitals before and during 2020. It seems like FEMA could open these empty buildings up and use them for long-haul COVID. Kinda like how TB was treated a long time ago Before health care was on the Stock Exchange.

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