Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Kieran Moore has announced that all non-urgent surgeries are being canceled throughout the province due to an overload of sick patients and not enough medical staff.
Because all unvaccinated nurses and doctors were recently let go from their jobs due to Canada’s Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “vaccine” mandates, there are now not enough bodies on-site to handle the influx of sick patients, many of whom are “fully vaccinated.”
Effective Jan. 5, anyone needing a surgery that the Canadian government deems to be not that important will have to wait indefinitely to receive medical care. The rule applies to both hospitals and independent health clinics throughout Ontario.
“Directive #2,” as Moore calls it, stipulates that all non-emergent and non-urgent surgeries and procedures must be put on hold “in order to preserve critical care and human resource capacity in the healthcare system in light of rising infection cases due to the Omicron variant,” reports The Epoch Times.
Since most cases of Omicron (Moronic) are occurring in people who got vaccinated, this means that medical care at Ontario hospitals and health facilities is now being rationed strictly for the jabbed.
“This is consistent with what was previously in place with Directive #2 and helps to ensure that health human resources remain available to support the province’s COVID-19 response,” said a spokesperson from Ontario’s Health Ministry about how all health facilities are basically now barred from providing “non-urgent/non-emergency procedures that require surgical nursing support or anesthesia health human resources.”
Certain dental procedures also now banned due to lack of staff caused by discrimination against the unvaccinated
Another casualty in Ontario’s healthcare system is dental care that carries the risk of a patient requiring “emergency medical services or other hospital services,” or that require “a sedation or anesthetic team.”
Thanks to Ontario’s discriminatory policies that resulted in unvaccinated medical workers basically being fired from their jobs, there are now not enough workers to even care for people’s teeth.
“Surgery in a dental setting that meets these criteria must be urgent and emergent in order to proceed,” the Times further revealed.
According to Moore, these bans on medical care are expected to free up anywhere from 1,200 to 1,500 beds, which are clearly need for all of the fully vaccinated patients who are flooding hospitals in need of emergency care for their vaccine injuries.
These beds, Moore insists, are needed to “provide oxygen and care” to people who test positive for Moronic or other variants of the Fauci Flu.
Moore expects a massive wave of new patients who need to be hospitalized in the coming weeks. After January, he says that wave will likely taper off.
“Specifically, cases are at the highest level since the start of the pandemic (>18,000 per day) and a continued acceleration in cases, and increased hospitalizations are expected throughout January 2022,” Moore’s directive further states.
Almost all of the experts seem to agree that Moronic is relatively mild, though. Very few people who “catch” it (or develop it, in the case of the fully vaccinated) end up requiring hospitalization, especially if they are otherwise healthy and do not have other preexisting conditions such as obesity.
“Public health care now means no health care. The pandemic is 2 years old and no increased capacity (with declining covid hospital admissions from the omicron variant),” wrote one commenter at the Times.
“Hospitals are empty,” wrote another. “It’s all lies.”
“I called our hospital, they have 2 hospitalized, serving 110,000 pop,” added another, affirming that same claim. “Total COVID ward is 4 beds. Hospital has over 120 beds.”
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