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TOPIC: The madness continues...
#214114
The madness continues... 3 Days ago  
"We must find another crusade to increase sales and profits". "How about face-to-face GPs?". "But most people really don't need face-to-face. Look at the millions with a slight cough insisting on being in hospital (by exaggerating symptoms?". "That was stupid Covid. All over now. We need a new panic". "But we don't run the country". "Oh yes we do".
 
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#214117
Honey

Re:The madness continues... 2 Days, 23 Hours ago  
JK2006 wrote:
"We must find another crusade to increase sales and profits". "How about face-to-face GPs?". "But most people really don't need face-to-face. Look at the millions with a slight cough insisting on being in hospital (by exaggerating symptoms?". "That was stupid Covid. All over now. We need a new panic". "But we don't run the country". "Oh yes we do".

A lot might go to the hospital without needing to, but the main thing that gets you admitted with covid is very low blood oxygen, and I don't know of a way to fake that.

Of course people are going to panic about illness when they don't have the reassurance of their own GP being available.
The fault is with those who have trashed the health service, not the patients.
 
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#214122
Wyot

Re:The madness continues... 2 Days, 22 Hours ago  
Yes if it is not making everyone believe they are about to die of an illness with a now 100% survival rate, it is death by inability to see a GP. 10 people could die 28 days after a dog bite and they would be banging on about imminent death by poodle. Of course you can get a bloody GP apt if you need it. Just as you will be able to get a turkey for Christmas....
 
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#214126
Honey

Re:The madness continues... 2 Days, 20 Hours ago  
Wyot wrote:
Yes if it is not making everyone believe they are about to die of an illness with a now 100% survival rate, it is death by inability to see a GP. 10 people could die 28 days after a dog bite and they would be banging on about imminent death by poodle. Of course you can get a bloody GP apt if you need it. Just as you will be able to get a turkey for Christmas....

It depends where you live, Wyot. Not round here. (doctors not turkeys)
 
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#214128
md

Re:The madness continues... 2 Days, 20 Hours ago  
There’s not much point trying to change outer world conditions if emotions are not sorted first.
 
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#214139
Wyot

Re:The madness continues... 2 Days, 18 Hours ago  
Honey wrote:
[quote]Wyot wrote:


It depends where you live, Wyot. Not round here. (doctors not turkeys)


I did read the other day that for the first time in donkeys years the avg age of death is going down in the UK for both sexes. Not linked to Covid -the trend was their prior. Due to Gov cut backs, basically.

It is one hell of a story and a disgrace; but where are the opposition? It is so frustrating. (And yes it is driven regionally and it is of course not Surrey seeing the drop...). If dying younger isn't going to wake people up, what will?
 
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