President Biden Deploying Military Doctors to New Jersey

The US military will deploy to New Jersey in order to assist hospitals with a drastic rise in hospitalized patients with Covid-19.

President Biden will announce Thursday that he is sending military doctors, nurses and other military medical personnel to six hospitals in six states, including University Hospital in Newark and Coney Island Hospital in Brooklyn.

The six teams being sent Thursday will be followed by more medical teams arriving to assist in New Jersey and the five other states.

Since Thanksgiving, more than 350 military medical personnel have been deployed to hospitals around the country struggling with staffing issues, often due to their own being sidelined with Covid-19.

The CDC said Wednesday that there are now more patients hospitalized with Covid-19 than at any previous point during the pandemic.

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  1. Skip the videos and actually VISIT a hospital.
    Videos could be used both ways, for propaganda purposes – empty hospitals, full hospitals… it doesn’t matter. There are videos of JFK sitting on the beach in Cuba. Do you trust those, as well?
    Seeing is believing.

    • Are you trying to tell me JFK is actually dead?! Come on now! Everybody knows he’s living like a king in a luxurious villa in Cuba! In fact, I recently saw a video showing JFK shooting Lee Harvey Oswald at point blank range! But apparently the videos have been manipulated to appear as if Oswald shot JFK.

  2. @avi
    I am a volunteer EMT and I m an emergency nurse. In the last couple weeks the amount of the hospitals in NJ (lakewood areas and others) that have gone on “divert” status is unprecedented. Divert is when the hospitals “request” that ambulances should not come either because the ER is backed up and there are no beds available or because the inpatient units are full to capacity.

    • I understand that hospitals are saying they’re full dont come, but did you see with your own eye hospitals with every bed full? just looking at kimbal looks empty to me. the whole lakewood was sick the past few weeks yet no one cant point to 1 person who was hospitalized be a free thinker if what you see is different from what your being told your instincts are usually correct

      • The ‘whole’ Lakewood was sick – can you support that point? Or ‘lots of people that I know’ were sick, an entirely different point.
        ‘looks empty to me’ – is not a factual point. It has nothing to do with the facts.
        ‘no one can point to 1 person who was hospitalized’ – another foolish statement. You do not have all of the facts.

        The commenter says that he/she sees a full hospital, His/her eyes have seen something, but YOUR biases are clouding your vision

  3. Why don’t they just rehire the HEALTHY unvaxxed nurses they just fired????? This is part of the govts plan to have more control over e/t….

    • I have no problem with being sold the same items multiple times. A friend of mine sold me his car 4 times, and I feel good knowing that I have 4 ownership titles on this car. Let them try and take away my car from me now! I’ve got 4 ownership titles on it!

  4. I really don’t get it. How can it be that hospitals are packed to capacity but yet i or anyone I know doesn’t know anyone in the hospital?? I have some theories but if I post it here I’ll be called a conspiracy theorist

    • Your hubris would be humorous if it was not dangerous.
      You do not know everybody and you do not know everything.
      Speak to people in the hospitals and you will hear a different story.

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