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Re: COVID-19 WEEKLY UPDATE with Emphasis on Vermont
« Reply #300 on: December 29, 2021, 03:45:11 pm »
December 29, 2021

COVID-19 WEEKLY UPDATE with Emphasis on Vermont

🚨👉 Vermont reports record-high 940 new Covid cases, plus 3 more deaths

👍 Free at-home rapid Covid tests available at 8 locations Tuesday and Wednesday

😟👉 Delayed surgeries during Covid-19 surge leave patients in limbo, sometimes with severe pain
“When you have a doctor in front of you saying, ‘Yeah, you have cancer,’ the big C-word, whether it’s small, big or different, you get a little bit wigged out,” Striebe said. “Then you kind of just keep going along. But I just — I want it done.”
Striebe is just one of hundreds of Vermonters whose surgery has been delayed in recent weeks as hospitals struggle to manage high numbers of patients — both sick with Covid-19 and not. ... ... Last week, Dartmouth-Hitchcock, which serves many Vermonters in the southern part of the state, posted on Facebook: “Due to the high number of COVID-19 patients in our hospital, we are experiencing a shortage in the staffing and beds needed to provide you with the most appropriate care. For these reasons, your surgery or procedure may be delayed 🥵. Thank you for your patience 🤦‍♂️ during these challenging times.” Dartmouth-Hitchcock did not respond to emails with questions about delayed 😓 surgeries. On Nov. 30, the University of Vermont Medical Center announced it was postponing elective ::) procedures through the end of the year to preserve the capacity amid surging Covid-19 cases. That decision delayed care for an estimated 200 to 250 😬 patients , said hospital spokesperson Annie Mackin.

Brattleboro considers requiring proof of vaccination in public spaces

  Ross Connelly: People need to see Covid-19 as the public health crisis it is

👉 Who decides when a pandemic is over?
The Omicron variant of Covid-19 may prove to be the most contagious disease in recorded history, Navarro said. For it to arrive when much of the public has tuned out means that a serious wave is inevitable.
🚩 73% of New COVID Cases From Omicron

SOURCES for the Stats: 🦉
COVID-19 Vermont Public Dashboard
COVID-19 Dashboard by CSSE at Johns Hopkins University


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