By Judi McLeod Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Authorities will go to almost any length to ‘panic pandemic’ populations to make them think the flu is going to take them out.
“Had to” open an emergency space even though patients admitted were suffering from “mild” “flu-like” symptoms.
The “emergency space” provided by the hospital is a “mobile surge tent”. In layman’s language, a tent, set up right outside the hospital’s emergency department.
“The State Department of Health reports that four Pennsylvanians have already died of complications from the influenza virus.(NBC10, Jan. 8, 2013).
“It’s the most miserable time of the year for many people in the area. Flu season is in full effect and this one in particular is shaping up to be more extreme than usual.”
According to the hospital the necessity for the outside tent is for the flu patients’ and hospital staff’s safety. Everyone inside and outside is masked, with some perhaps toque’ed and woolyed-up.
“If we can remove them from the main ED and put them in (an) environment where everyone is masked and everyone can be protected, it’s safer for them and certainly safer for the staff,” said Terry Burger, hospital director of infection control.
“Officials say a similar measure was taken during the H1N1 flu a few years ago.”
In fairness to the accommodating Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest, which “had to” provide the emergency space, enough people with “mild” flu symptoms “had to” turn themselves in to their local hospital.
Allentown, Pa, is about 15 miles north of Valley Forge, as the crow flies.
Valley Forge was the winter camp of George Washington’s troops, who weathered the winter of 1777-78. “On Dec. 19, 1777, when Washington’s poorly fed, ill-equipped army, weary from long marches, staggered into Valley Forge, winds blew as the 12,000 continentals prepared for winter’s fury.
Only about one……..