Thursday, April 8, 2021

HOSPITAL ICU ADMISSIONS ARE DOWN OVER 90% FROM PRIOR YEARS

 The so-called experts know nothing. How could they know anything about newly created vaccines that have never been properly tested? They are making conclusions on complete conjecture, and it's your life they are playing with. 


Some Canadians have had one too many double doubles. Brazil you say? After some careful sleuthing I have come to conclude that any and all variants originate from Tim Hoton's. 

Brazilian ownership (3G Capital) of the famous coffee chain makes one conclude that "Tim Bits" are nothing more than tainted mini-viral-variants. On your next drive-thru bring the Lysol.

We presently have 521 patients in the 382 Ontario hospital ICUs and they are ALL Covid-19 patients. No one is suffering from strokes, heart attacks, end of life afflictions or constipation, and the average of 1.37 patients per hospital are burning out medical staff. Let's look at some REAL data.


The use of ICUs in Canada is increasing faster than acute care hospitalizations overall. In 2013–2014, there were more than 230,800 adult ICU admissions in Canada, an increase of 12% since 2007–2008. During the same time frame, adult hospital admissions increased by 7%.

As of 2019, Canada had 1,200 hospitals, of which 382 are in Ontario.

230,800 ICU patients / 1,200 Hospitals = 192.3 patients per hospital / year

or 16 patients per month per hospital in the ICU

The average ICU patient count should be higher post-2014 so my comparisons are very conservative

CURRENTLY WE HAVE 1.37 ICU PATIENTS IN ONTARIO HOSPITALS. THAT IS 90% LOWER THAN ACTUAL HISTORICAL ICU ADMISSIONS OF 16 PATIENTS.

The problem is that most people no longer understand of use mathematics to verify nonsensical statements made by politicians. Doug Ford and the balance of his co-conspirators are truly nothing but sociopaths doing their best to achieve a globalist agenda. The virus is killing the TRUTH.

Where is this data coming from? I have no clue, do you?

...and the GREAT NEWS


Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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