A Colorado-based health system says it is denying organ transplants to patients not vaccinated against the coronavirus in “almost all situations,” as COVID vaccine death panels surging.
They thought they could institute the Nazi-like ‘death panels’ with the rollout of Obamacare, but try as they might, the American people rejected it. But that was then, and this is now, and COVID might just be the ‘golden ticket’ they’ve been looking for. Bill Gates has been calling for depopulation for nearly two decades now, and the COVID-19 vaccine that he personally helped finance is looking like his demonic dream might finally come true.
“And Jacob called unto his sons, and said, Gather yourselves together, that I may tell you that which shall befall you in the last days.” Genesis 49:1 (KJB)
In case you’re wondering, the “they” in this story today is the New World Order, made up of Liberals and Democrats absolutely, but certainly not limited to those two groups. Last month, Joe Biden famously ordered life-saving medicine be withheld from Red states, there was some outrage at that but precious little. Now you’re about to see hospital systems all across America begin denying treatment to the unvaccinated. They’re already firing nurses and doctors who refuse the vaccine, kind of funny behavior for a ‘pandemic’, right? Last year’s ‘front line heros’ have become this year’s Public Enemy #1.
Here’s something else that’s funny, now that COVID rates are dropping, Google has stopped updated their daily statistics. All this for a disease that still has a 98.8% recovery rate. Withholding medical treatment to the unvaccinated is demonic and evil, and as long as you stay silent and accept that, they will continue to do it on ever-increasing levels. Welcome to World War III, with vaccines instead of machine guns, and microbes instead of missiles. Exactly as Bill Gates told you it would be.
Colorado hospital system says it will deny transplants to the unvaccinated in ‘almost all situations’
FROM MSN: The policy illustrates the growing costs of being unvaccinated and wades into deeply controversial territory — the use of immunization status to decide who gets limited medical care. The mere idea of prioritizing the vaccinated for rationed health resources has drawn intense backlash, as overwhelmingly unvaccinated covid-19 patients push some hospitals to adopt “crisis standards of care,” in which health systems can prioritize patients for scarce resources based largely on their likelihood of survival.
UCHealth’s rules for transplants entered the spotlight Tuesday when Colorado state Rep. Tim Geitner (R) said it denied a kidney transplant to a Colorado Springs woman because she was not vaccinated against the coronavirus. Calling the decision “disgusting” and discriminatory, Geitner shared a letter that he said the patient received last week from UCHealth’s transplant center at the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus in the city of Aurora.
The letter said the woman would be “inactivated” on a kidney transplant waiting list and had 30 days to start coronavirus vaccination. If she refused to be vaccinated, it said, she would be removed.
UCHealth declined to discuss particular patients because of federal privacy laws, and The Washington Post could not independently verify the woman’s story. But the health system confirmed Tuesday that nearly all of its transplant recipients and organ donors must get vaccinated against the coronavirus, in addition to other vaccinations and health requirements. A spokesman, Dan Weaver, said that other transplant centers in the United States have similar policies or are transitioning to them.
Conditions on organ transplants are not new. Weaver noted that transplant centers around the country may require patients to get other vaccinations, stop smoking, avoid alcohol or demonstrate that they will take crucial medications in an effort to ensure that people do well post-surgery and do not “reject” organs for which there is fierce competition. More than 100,000 people are on the transplant waiting list, and only a fraction of those seeking a kidney got one in 2020, according to the federal government. An estimated 17 people die every day waiting for an organ. Geitner did not immediately respond to inquiries Tuesday.
Multiples studies show that covid-19 is especially deadly for recipients of kidney transplants. Weaver said the mortality rate observed for transplant patients who develop covid-19 ranges from about 20 percent to more than 30 percent — far higher than the 1.6 percent fatality rate observed generally in the United States.
“An organ transplant is a unique surgery that leads to a lifetime of specialized management to ensure an organ is not rejected, which can lead to serious complications, the need for a subsequent transplant surgery, or even death,” Weaver wrote in an email. “Physicians must consider the short- and long-term health risks for patients as they consider whether to recommend an organ transplant.”
Living donors could also pass a coronavirus infection to an organ recipient, threatening the patient’s life, Weaver said. Organ donations in the United States are coordinated through a national network run by the nonprofit United Network for Organ Sharing. UNOS does not set requirements for listing or removing someone as a transplant candidate, said spokeswoman Anne Paschke, so transplant centers such as UCHealth’s “make such decisions according to [their] individual medical judgment.”
Weaver did not clarify Tuesday what might qualify someone for an exception to the coronavirus vaccination rule.
Geitner said in a Facebook Live video that he has spoken with UCHealth and that there is “very little” it would do to accommodate those without coronavirus vaccinations.
The patient reportedly denied a transplant, whom Geitner did not identify, has about “12 percent of her kidney function left,” the state lawmaker said Tuesday. Geitner said that the patient has found a possible donor and that she already has antibodies that fight covid-19 infection. Geitner also criticized UCHealth for firing unvaccinated staff, who represent less than 1 percent of the health system’s workforce, according to the Denver Post. Hospitals with mandates have said they appear to be successful, with almost all employees staying on, despite concerns the rules could deepen staffing strains.
While more than a third of Americans have yet to get one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, leaders and businesses have increasingly embraced vaccine mandates over intense opposition from Republicans, who champion personal choice. The unvaccinated may face unemployment or more expensive health insurance and in some places are barred from parts of public life, such as indoor dining.
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