Field Hospitals Set Up for COVID-19 Go UN-Used

Field Hospitals Set Up for COVID-19 Go UN-Used

The Army Corps of Engineers mobilized in the U.S., hiring private contractors to build emergency field hospitals around the country.

The endeavor cost more than $660 million, according to an NPR analysis of federal spending records.

But nearly four months into the pandemic, most of these facilities haven’t treated a single patient.

Eight months later, Idaho claims to be overrun with patients. This calls into question WHAT are the planning strategies implemented by the hospitals in anticipation of the winter flu and COVID? More people died in 2018 from the flu. Why aren’t the hospitals ready now when they had MONTHS of time to prep?

Looking at the District Statistics for Canyon County the emergency room visits AND hospitalizations ARE DOWN! Check your county rates:

Is this just a game of manipulation with the public?

Increases in suicides.

Lack of treatment for long-term chronic conditions.

Delay in treatment by individuals who are being told by media that the hospitals are full.

These are some of the deaths that aren’t being considered as the hospitals are reporting.

Cases DOES NOT EQUAL Deaths.

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