Media Reports Florida Hospitals are ‘Overrun’ — Then One Person Actually Went to Hospital at the ‘Center of Storm’ to Check
There is a tremendous amount of effort being expended in the mainstream media to hold up Florida as a complete failure when it comes to the COVID pandemic.
On Friday, the Associated Press reported that Florida broke the ‘record’ with more than 21,000 new cases in the state. One of the key contentions was that hospitals were close to being ‘overrun,’ a common claim in COVID reports that have nearly all turned up hollow.
“The Florida Hospital Association said Friday that statewide COVID-19 hospitalizations are nearing last year’s peak, and one of the state’s largest health care systems, AdventHealth’s Central Florida Division, this week advised it would no longer be conducting nonemergency surgeries in order to free up resources for COVID-19 patients,” the AP reported.
The Delta variant is indeed fueling a surge in ‘cases,’ which are actually infections for those who are vaccinated or otherwise asymptomatic. The Delta variant is far less deadly than the original ‘wild’ variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. It raises the question of whether or not people are being hospitalized for COVID, or merely testing positive for COVID after going to the hospital for other reasons.
One citizen decided not to take the Associated Press or any other mainstream media outlet’s word for it and decided to check it out for themself. Dr. Shay, Phd., who goes by AMA Black Patriot on Twitter (@DrShayPhD) went to a hospital at Cape Canaveral, Florida, which the AP had used as the location for one of its reports.
“So the Associated Press wrote an article saying that Cape Canaveral, FL hospital is bursting at the seams with Covid patients,” Dr. Shay tweeted. “I had to go see for myself, so I drove there. The first set of pictures are of the hospital’s parking. More to follow.”
“Pictures of the doctors parking lot, patients parking. Er parking and even took some of the parking garage,” Shay added.
Dr. Shay also said that she would be going to other hospitals to check on the accuracy of the media’s depiction of the COVID surge.
More of the hospital the AP said is bursting with Covid patients. pic.twitter.com/yiEhJ5yRDK
— AMABLACKPATRIOT (@DrShayPhD) August 2, 2021
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