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Bangkok hospital suspends multiple services after 300 medics test positive for Covid


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A Bangkok hospital is suspending all elective surgery appointments and some ward services, except in the instance of emergency cases. The Ramathibodi Hospital announced the measures yesterday through Dr Surasak Leela-udomlee, who is the director of the hospital. Dr Surasak points at the accelerating number of infections in the medical community, which is now around 300 people. The doctor says the hospital is also struggling under an overwhelming workload as it treats about 1,000 patients who have been hospitalised for Covid. As well as 350 patients who are under home isolation and 200 more who are waiting for admittance. The […]

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Just now, Tornado said:

Yesterday it was announced by our Ministry in the U.A.E. 

 

Unfortunately the government here is responsible for buying the vaccines. You cannot blame the hospitals for that. Most manufacturers of western vaccines will not give kickbacks anymore, fines are too high. So the government here bought worthless vaccines from China.

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21 minutes ago, Tornado said:

Yesterday it was announced by our Ministry in the U.A.E. that Sotrovimab used in 6,175 patients between June 30 and July 13, was 100% successful in preventing deaths and 99% effective in stopping admissions to the Intensive Care. You must vaccinate your staff appropriately with mRNA vaccines.

 

LIMITATIONS OF AUTHORIZED USE

  • Sotrovimab is not authorized for use in patients:
    • who are hospitalized due to COVID-19, OR
    • who require oxygen therapy due to COVID-19, OR
    • who require an increase in baseline oxygen flow rate due to COVID-19 (in those on chronic oxygen therapy due to underlying non-COVID-19 related comorbidity).
  • Benefit of treatment with sotrovimab has not been observed in patients hospitalized due to COVID‑19. SARS-CoV-2 monoclonal antibodies may be associated with worse clinical outcomes when administered to hospitalized patients with COVID‑19 requiring high flow oxygen or mechanical ventilation.

Guess where this info was copied from. You. are right. From here: https://www.sotrovimab.com/

 

So please stop posting the same message to every thread. We got your point already.

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21 minutes ago, AlexPTY said:

Maybe this will be a wake up call for anyone who think that being vaccinated gives you any kind of universal immunity 

Depends which vaccine you got, they also affect people differently. Older folks have less protection from vaccines because their immune systems aren't as good, so the vaccine doesn't produce anti-bodies like it should.

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20 minutes ago, AlexPTY said:

Maybe this will be a wake up call for anyone who think that being vaccinated gives you any kind of universal immunity 

It amazes me that some people still do think that. 'Vaccinated' means your body immune system now has the antibodies and is ready to fight against an infection in the future. But you obviously have to catch the infection for the body immune system to be able to fight against the infection - thus making you less sick for less time and therefore less infectious.  Some people think getting vaccinated gives you an invisible 'protection barrier' so that they will not catch covid.  I blame the media - and the modern education system.

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1 hour ago, Tornado said:

I'm not gonna say that you are stupid.  Instead, I'm just saying that you are out of luck when you ought to be thinking. 173 Million people recovered from covid as of today. An intensive study found that all these 173 Million people were drinking water, and they were also eating food. Conclusion? Food and water cures covid or at least prevented these people to get seriously sick. 

Just as much as icecream, fah talaj jon, or Sotrovimab. 

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