NHS doctors instructed to postpone routine care and administer covid-19 vaccines instead
The British Medical Association and The National Health Services (NHS) have instructed general practitioners to postpone routine checkups and administer covid-19 vaccines instead
. Healthcare systems around the world have been radically transformed in 2020, as family and friends are barred from their loved ones and conditioned to believe that getting vaccinated is the only way people can make human contact again. Healthcare systems have been reorganized to reflect this belief system and the end game of coercive vaccination is here.
In the pandemonium, private healthcare has become a top-down dictatorship, as experimental injections take precedence over all other forms of healthcare. Fair and equal access to the taxpayer-funded National Health Services was disrupted in 2020, as hospitals shut down, rationed surgeries and limited access to other forms of health care. Now, the only priority for the NHS is to inoculate two million people every week, starting with healthcare workers and the most elderly.
Doctors forced to mass vaccinate people and ignore other healthcare concerns
Seniors have struggled to receive consistent care throughout 2020 and countless procedures have been postponed. Now seniors are being lumped together as a herd and told they are the first priority for experimental inoculation. This degrading form of healthcare is neglecting a multitude of health problems that seniors face, while treating them as if they do not have informed consent with the new vaccines.
The charity Cancer Research UK reports that millions of screenings were skipped in 2020, putting people’s lives at risk to health issues they didn’t know they had. The Royal College of Surgeons warned that cancer operations will be postponed through most of 2021, putting cancer patients at greater risk. Oncologists estimate that the backlog of surgeries will not be cleared until the summer of 2021. In the pandemonium, hospitals have been told to cancel “non-essential” services. Who is to determine what health problems are essential and nonessential, as people seek medical help? How many excess deaths in 2020 were caused by delayed diagnosis or misdiagnosis?
Misdiagnosis or delayed diagnosis
is the number one reason for medical malpractice claims in outpatient settings. This problem, already pervasive throughout the medical system before 2020, was made worse after hospitals shut down and restricted who could receive care. In some instances, NHS doctors were instructed NOT TO “attempt cardiopulmonary resuscitation"
(DNACPR) orders on home patients during the initial lock downs. This inhumane enforcement admittedly caused avoidable deaths. As hospitals are locked down, many patients miss treatment opportunities, or a misdiagnosis may lead to unnecessary treatment that causes harmful side effects. Medical malpractice will continue to rise as vaccination is prioritized over important medical care.
Other health problems that have been neglected include widespread loneliness, social isolation and mental health issues which have soared in young people and led to drug and alcohol abuse and suicides. Additionally, women are discouraged from seeking medical help during the lock downs. This led to the doubling of still births during the height of the lock downs. These problems and so much more will be repeated as doctors are instructed to de-prioritize all other healthcare so they can push out vaccines for the drug companies.
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