The long road back: Inside Canada's COVID-19 rehab hospitals

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What happens to COVID-19 patients who are discharged from scarce acute care hospital beds, but are too sick to go home? As Carolyn Jarvis reports for The New...

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What happens to COVID patients who are discharged from scarce acute care hospital beds, but are too sick to go home? This week on GlobalNewReality, step inside Canada's rehabilitation hospitals. Watch it here:

What happens to COVID-19 patients who are discharged from scarce acute care hospital beds, but are too sick to go home? As Carolyn Jarvis reports for The New...

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Perhaps instead of giving money to special groups and paying off companies because like SC Loveland or how the provincial levels paid off the gas company under the wind government they gave that money to the hospitals and they would be able to hire enough staff to help people GlobalBC Hard to say isn’t it? I mean it’s only been two years of covid and the government has spent every dime it could. If only that had gone to treatment hospitals and out are programs...

How Canada can avoid past mistakes as COVID-19 restrictions lift | CBC NewsCanada is entering a new phase of the pandemic as restrictions are set to ease across much of the country. But avoiding the mistakes of the past and keeping the public onside will be extremely challenging as Omicron continues to hammer our health-care system. The part missing in this planning is that so many people are afraid!!! I am done with CBCnews, that I can tell It’s also taught us to pay less attention to fear porn from media. CBC = Can Bullshit Contiuously.

Legal experts concerned about COVID-19 impact on Canada’s court system - National | Globalnews.caThe halls of justice may have become less crowded as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, say legal experts, and they warn there are still unanswered questions ahead.

Removing COVID-19 restrictions is a gamble governments seem ready to takeDropping restrictions gives the coronavirus a free ride, and bad things can happen when that occurs Of course. The only ones that the restriction will affect in any adverse significant way will be the unvaccinated people. Because they in turn will vote against the party in power who does not lift the restriction. So it's a win win. Trudeau needs to keep everyone in fear to stay relevant. His problem is trust. No one trusts him and for good reason. What gamble? We have given out 77 million vaccine doses and now have antiviral and other treatments plus data showing who most at risk requiring a fourth dose or isolation. This is not March 2020

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern self-isolating after COVID-19 exposure - National | Globalnews.caNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said late Saturday she is self-isolating after coming into close contact with a person infected with the coronavirus. Pro vacx, but if this is what is happening then NZ has no way out of Covid. They will be in lockdown forever Impossible!

Ontario reports 58 more COVID-19 deaths; hospitalizations continue to dropOntario reported another 58 COVID-19 deaths on Saturday as the number of patients hospitalized with the virus continues to drop.

Third COVID-19 wave looms in Indonesia as Omicron spreadsIndonesia is bracing for a third wave of COVID-19 infections as the highly transmissible Omicron variant drives a surge in new cases, health authorities and experts said Saturday. Boosted are getting sick at twice the rate of double jabbed and double jabbed are sick at twice the rate of unvaccinated Per 100 000 people. What’s up with that? Why is CTV lying and why did CBC say Russians were in the trucker convoy?