Emergency room nursing staff at a Detroit hospital were told to leave Sunday night after they refused to work and demanded more nurses be brought into their overrun emergency room, health care workers there told CNN.
https://fox2now.com/news/detroit-hospital-nurses-refuse-to-work-without-more-help-ordered-to-leave/“Because we cannot safely take care of your loved ones out here with just six, seven nurses and multiple (ventilators) and multiple people on drips. It’s not right. We had two nurses the other day who had 26 patients with 10 (ventilators).”
The nurses need extra help, because for three straight weeks they’ve had more than 110 patients in the ER, Hadwan said in the video.
ITYS. Thanks for getting the previous thread locked when I tried to warn people.
Medical staff in the US are not all going to go down with the ship. People need to understand that we're not going to be able to keep all the hospitals up and running. We won't have the staff to run these things. You can get all the vents in the world, turn as many schools into hospitals as you want, but we're going to struggle to find people to staff them.