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Are Nurses trying to show us hospitals are empty and we’re being lied to?

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We have been told time and time again by the authorities that we must give up our freedoms in order to “protect the NHS” or stop our Hospitals becoming overwhelmed. But a trend has appeared in the form of hundreds of videos of Doctors of Nurses carrying out silly dance routines. If the hospitals are overwhelmed then how exactly do they find the time? Or are they trying to show us that we’re being lied to?

Statistics for bed occupancy in NHS hospitals in England show that as of 22nd December 2020, show that there are 76,193 ‘General and Acute’ hospital beds currently occupied. Of these 14,902 have supposedly been diagnosed with Covid-19.

Non-Covid occupancy data
Covid Occupancy Data

The data shows that the number of ‘General and Acute’ beds has remained around 76,000 for the whole of December. So let’s take a look at the data for December 2019.

The data shows that there were 93,342 occupied ‘General and Acute’ beds across NHS England throughout the month of December.

December 2019 Occupancy Data

Now that’s a difference of almost 20,000 people on average between December 2019 and December 2020. But apparently we’re in the middle of a deadly pandemic and hospitals are overwhelmed? Some of you are probably thinking, ‘Well that’s just the data for General and Acute beds, Covid is a deadly disease so what about the data for critical care beds?’ Well, we’re glad you asked…

As of 14th December 2020, 3186 critical care beds were occupied across all NHS England Hospitals with 4288 still remaining open . The data for 14th December 2019 shows that 2966 beds were occupied with 3638 beds remaining open. So that’s an increase of 220 people compared to last year, still not really justifying the crucifixion of our economy is it?

Even more concerning is the statistics for 14th December in the following years –

  • 2018 – 2869 critical care beds occupied (-317 on 2020)
  • 2017 – 3187 critical care beds occupied (+1 on 2020)
  • 2016 – 3196 critical care beds occupied (+10 on 2020)
2016 Critical Care Bed Occupancy

Every year is averaging around the same, close to the 3000 mark, but apparently we’re in the middle of the deadliest pandemic in over 100 years?

The Mainstream Media have recently been putting out stories about huge increases in calls for ambulances and ambulance waiting times. So maybe that’s why we need to live in a dictatorial tyranny? Let’s look at what the statistics say –

These are the statistics for ambulance delays on 20th December in the following years –

  • 2017 – 13,811 arriving by ambulance, 1362 delayed up to 60 minutes, 289 delayed over 60 minutes.
  • 2018 – 13,770 arriving by ambulance, 1031 delayed up to 60 minutes, 281 delayed over 60 minutes.
  • 2019 – 14,517 arriving by ambulance, 1939 delayed up to 60 minutes, 785 delayed over 60 minutes.
  • 2020 – 12,324 arriving by ambulance, 959 delayed up to 60 minutes, 222 delayed over 60 minutes.
2019 Ambulance Statistics

They show that the current need for ambulances and the current delays are at an all time low compared with the previous 3 years!

The statistics, which you can see for yourself here, show that is it pretty clear we are being lied to. There are over 20,000 less general beds currently occupied compared to last year, critical care beds are in line with the average for the last 5 years and need for ambulances are less than half of what they were this time last year.

Which brings us to this new craze sweeping social media, especially via the TikTok app. Nurses and Doctors are creating ridiculous dance routine videos at a time when we are being told hospitals are overwhelmed and our health care system is at breaking point. Just where exactly do they find the time?

Some of the mainstream are dressing it up as welcome, light relief for the “hard working heroes of the pandemic”.

Well we think the Nurses and Doctors are trying to show us something else, and the statistics we’ve just shown you support that. They’re trying to show us that the hospitals are empty. They are forbidden from speaking out about it by their bosses and this is their way of exposing the truth.

Either that or with 20,000 less patients in England alone to care for than this time last year they have to find something to pass the time.

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