Some continue to doubt me when I write that, in Texas, every person who goes into a hospital for any reason is being tested for COVID-19 and, if they test positive, their “case” is being listed as “COVID-19 Related.”
Check out this Twitter thread from this morning orginated by Alex Berenson:
Texas: COVID-related hospitalizations have now doubled since early June, legitimate cause for concern. But the number of available ICU beds and vents is unchanged statewide. What on earth is going on? Progression to ICU is normally rapid when it happens. pic.twitter.com/CBfG0xzxYZ
— Alex Berenson (@AlexBerenson) June 22, 2020
Here is a reply from Amanda Carlson:
Here is a screenshot of the reply I got pic.twitter.com/vhyfZGj6Ww
— Amanda Carlson (@AmandaCarlson1) June 22, 2020
Here is the full screenshot of the reply she received from TDSHS:
So, whether you have checked into the hospital for elective surgery, a car accident, the chicken pox or a facelift, if you test positive for COVID-19 in Texas your “case” gets added to the grossly-inflated number referred to as “COVID-19 Related” in the Lone Star State whether you are showing any symptoms or not.
This explains why, as Berenson points out, the number of “cases” keeps rising while the numbers of available ICU beds and ventilators remains unchanged. It also explains why the number of daily deaths continues to fall despite the rising number of “cases”. Because a whole bunch of Texans with active antibodies but no symptoms are being classified as COVID-19 “cases” by a money-grubbing hospital system.
That is all.
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