It’s been clear that putting COVID-19 patients on ventilators was a death sentence since May 2020. Yet more than three years later, it’s still the standard of care.
- By May 2020, it had become apparent that the standard practice of putting COVID-19 patients on mechanical ventilation with ventilators was a death sentence
- Between 50% and 86% of COVID patients placed on life support ended up dying
- By May 2020, doctors had also found that high-flow nasal cannulas and proning led to better outcomes than ventilators
- The World Health Organization promoted the use of ventilators as a way to purportedly curtail the spread of virus-laden aerosols, thereby protecting other patients and hospital staff. In other words, suspected COVID patients were sacrificed to “protect” others
- The matter becomes even more perverse when you consider the fact that many “COVID cases” were patients who merely tested positive using faulty PCR testing. Hospitals also received massive incentives to diagnose patients with COVID and put them on a vent