Last Christmas family get together was a covid spreader. Bad cold. Lost sense of taste for a week. Caught it early and took Passover protocol (high doses of Vit. A, C, D, zinc, etc) and used nebulizer with diluted hydrochloric acid, saline, and colloidal silver. Also took Ivermectin. Was over it in a couple of days but the cough hung around a while. Wife had a mild case as well. Kids did not get it. Parents got it, took the same stuff as us plus monoclonal antibodies and got over it pretty quickly as well. My sister has lupus and really struggled. Her health was not good and it took a long time to get better. She went to the hospital a couple of times to get oxygen.
Was told by inside source that the hospital has rooms available. They are overwhelmed because of staff shortage not because of Covid.
I don’t know about other areas, but at Saint Elizabeth hospital, they are bursting at the seams with very sick people, many on ventilators. I would prefer to remain anonymous, but wanted you to know the truth. I appreciate this site and the stand we need to take for our freedom. But I also like to get the information out there so that we remain credible.
When the mandate came from Governor Newsom to vaccinate staff at assisted living facilities, all the facilities in Tehama County immediately implemented that. So 100% of the residents and the employees at assisted living homes in Tehama County are fully vaccinated. MANY residents are still testing positive for covid. Many of the beds at St Elizabeth’s are being used to hold covid positive vaccinated assisted living residents for the 14 day isolation period, REGARDLESS OF NEED FOR HOSPITAL CARE, before the facilities are allowing the covid + resident to return.
There is no transparency being used in hospital statements to differentiate between symptomatic and asymptomatic covid+ patients, or patients who have recovered from covid but are simply convenience stays at the hospital until they will be accepted back into their nursing home. The nursing homes are also not reporting their covid+ outbreaks despite being fully vaccinated.