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Here we go again:
Covid-19 protocols and treatment interventions have been documented to have contributed to death in elderly & ill in care home and hospital settings
The UK is currently stockpiling Midazolam for 'end of life' intervention in expected Omicron Covid-19 'surge' which is being manufactured through public health offiials implementing mass antigen testing against public health organization warning statements documenting the tests will create up to 100% false positives when administered in low incident rate populations.
A team of UK lawyers has been engaged in pursuit of a criminal investigation into the use of midazolam in care homes during the early pandemic with the open letter to UK officials available for review here
Yngve Gustafsson, professor of geriatric medicine at Umea University, referred to the same practice being implemented in Swedish care homes during the early months of the Covid-19 attributed pandemic as 'active euthanasia' of the elderly.
Additionally, Confidential NHS documents clearly show that the elderly and vulnerable were to be denied treatment and put on the end of life pathway in response to a pandemic, and the evidence clearly shows this was put into practice.
UK is stockpiling drugs implicated in death of elderly in first 'wave' of Covid-19 attributed pandemic:
Midazolam Order (original link photo, archived link HERE)
Paraguay is creating a public currency to secure midazolam:
Additionally, ventilators found to be both dangerous and ineffective in treatment of Covid-19 attributed cases, are again being mass ordered for emergency Covid protocol use against all established medical standards and evidence (studies found Covid-19 attributed patients put on ventilators died at a significantly higher rate). This coincides with continued use of Remsdesivir against WHO warning statements for use of the drug in November 2020, as it is both dangerous and ineffective (drug induces renal failure).
How it began:
Covid 19: A Military Operation:
Military Deployed to Administer Testing in Nursing Homes, Assist Covid-19 Response/Testing Later Discovered to Have MASS Contamination Issues
(it was never questioned why military was dispatched to administer testing in medical settings with licensed medical staff fully capable of administering testing directives)
April 2020: Mass Recalls of Covid-19 testing begin/Bacterial Fungal Contamination:
(Majority of all Covid-19 Testing Kits released by FDA will go on to be subsequently recalled by FDA due to safety/contamination/design flaw issues - over 268 test kits were documented on FDA list before the agency inexplicably stopped updating the page despite continuation of recalls effecting millions of tests, and archived the page, please open third box to view the list (comprises hundreds of millions of tests):
In the spring of 2020, as the military was being deployed into our nation's nursing homes to administer Covid-19 PCR testing, news stories began appearing all around the globe of mass contamination issues with the Covid-19 test kits:
Washington State (location of first 'Covid case' and nursing home outbreak) recalls test due to presence of potentially lethal bacteria, S Malophilia:
"The University of Washington has stopped using them. The liquid in many vials changed colour or became cloudy. The Shanghai manufacturer will refund US$ 125,000. Defective and inaccurate testing kits were also sold in Spain, Czechia, the Philippines, and Malaysia. Defective masks sold to the Netherlands.
The same bacteria was found in Covid-19 testing kits in a DHEC lab in South Carolina rendering the tests unusable with the news report stating the lab was aware of the same contamination issues being experienced by other labs throughout the U.S:
"They are getting supplies from the federal government, and periodically, they receive supplies they cannot use - “for example, transport media,” Duwve said.
Transport media is a solution that is used to preserve bacteria, such as that found with a COVID-19 test, during transport and helps to maintain the specimen in its original state. Duwve said thousands of tubes were unusable because they had been contaminated or they reacted poorly to bleach.
The State Emergency Response Team told WMBF News that they received about 25,000 vials of the liquid that was sealed in plastic bags. Lab analysts noticed the liquid was discolored.
They had also been aware that other public health labs around the country received some similar contaminated solution. Lab analysts for DHEC plated samples of the media and found that it had a heavy growth of the organism Stenotrophomonas maltophilia, which had been recovered by other public health labs as well. Right now it’s not clear what caused the contamination but officials believe it was some kind of production issue".
The CDC has ADMITTED and it has been subsequently found by investigative panels early Covid-19 testing was contaminated. The CDC did not disclose the specific contaminant showing up in tests nor address potential correlation of Covid-19 testing kits as potential source material with ICU patients presenting with infections of bacterial contaminant of tens of thousands of recalled tests (during this period - documented below):
"Most common pathogens detected were Stenotrophomonas maltophilia (28.0%) and Pseudomonas aeruginosa (28.0%) in the severe group and S. maltophilia (45.5%) in the critical group. P. aeruginosa was detected more during the early stage after ICU admission.
45.5% of the 'critical group' ICU 'Covid-19' attributed admissions were infected with a bacterial infection which was subsequently found in the recalled Covid-19 test kits all around the globe:
S Matophilia can cause fatal hemorrhagic pneumonia, and early autopsies of Covid-19 attributed hospitalizations showed extensive thrombosis/ clotting in individuals with a Covid-19 attribution mortality (based on positive test results from PCR subsequently deemed 'useless' for detection of virus and studies subsequently showing Covid-19 ICU admissions presented with co-infection of this bacteria.
Symptoms of S Maltophilia infection mirror severe Covid-19 attributed infections:
"Symptoms of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia (S. maltophilia) infection depend on which area of the body or organ system is infected. The most common sites of infection are the lungs and blood. When the lungs are infected, symptoms of S. maltophilia are similar to other bacterial pneumonia and may include fever, cough, mucus, shortness of breath, and chest pain. Symptoms of a blood infection (bacteremia) may include a fever, rapid heart rate, low blood pressure, abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and confusion.
Less commonly, people infected by S. maltophilia experience infections of the heart (endocarditis), the bone behind the ear (mastoiditis), lining of the abdomen and internal organs (peritonitis), cerebral spinal fluid (meningitis), soft tissue, wounds, urinary tract, and/or eye. The symptoms are similar to other bacterial infections of the same sites. An infection can also cause skin symptoms or complications such as cellulitis, infected ulcers, and ecthyma gangrenosum.
Public officials adamantly deny the presence of bacteria on Covid-19 tests correlating with co-infections in Covid-19 attributed mortalities and ICU hospitalizations posed any health or public safety threat:
"the problem with the kit itself shouldn’t present any health risk to patients”
However the article did go onto concede:
"The National Institutes of Health said the bacteria can become a problem to people who have a weakened immune system, or 'in hospital settings', according to a South China Morning Post report".
(i.e. frail elderly in nursing homes)
Public health authorities have been rationalizing rare bacterial/fungal infections occurring in Covid-19 attributed hospitalizations/mortalities as resulting from immuno-compromised status of patients.
However, this explanation completely circumvents the central question of HOW patients are being exposed to rare bacterial/fungal contamination in the first place. Immuno-compromised status is not a new phenomenon, many individuals are immunocompromised due to other illness and disease.
Additionally, there was a mass recall of medical devices contaminated with Aspergillus Penicilliods (over 306 different devices) with the fungus being associated with Covid-19 attributed ICU hospitalizations and mortalities:
April 2021: Recall for December 2020 until April 2021)
"Medical Action Industries’ is recalling the Medical Convenience Kits that include the BD/Carefusion Chloraprep™ 3mL applicator. This component was recalled due to the risk of contamination with a specific type of fungus called Aspergillus penicillioides.
If skin preparation products are contaminated with Aspergillus penicillioides, the fungus can cause serious systemic infection, sepsis, illness, and death to the patient. If the fungus is introduced in the patient’s bloodstream during placement of an intravascular catheter, the catheter may need to be removed, requiring additional medical procedures. If the fungus infects a surgical site, the patient may require medical and surgical treatments and require long-term treatment with antifungal drugs.
There have been no deaths, complaints, or reported injuries related to this issue"
However, there WERE injuries and deaths being reported in relation to this contaminant, however instead of medical organizations attributing infection to the SOURCE of the contamination, the infections were dismissed as anticipated infections in Covid-19 attributed cases (again, because of immunocompromised status):
Additionally, the Covid-19 tests have been associated with the mucormycosis outbreak in India, and millions of additional tests have been recalled around the globe due to safety issues with the testing. Full report on this issue may be viewed here.
Please note, this problem is not just limited to testing/medical devices. Mass recalls of food and other products have been recalled in association with the above listed contaminants including infant probiotics with Pseudomonas aeruginosa and adult/veterinary probiotics on December 1. ( Pseudomonas aeruginosa is a listed coinfection in serious cases of Covid-19 in ICU units in first listed above study). Level 1 (most serious safety recall) for ultrasound gel was also recalled due to Burkholderia cepacia last fall.
The sheer scope and volume of mass FDA Level 1 safety recalls (one drug company was forced to recall EVERY drug it made last fall) in conjunction with the same bacteria/fungal infections occurring in hospitals and often falsely attributed to be occurring due to Covid-19 (instead of mass documented contamination of medical products/testing devices and food) indicates a much wider problem.
A full independent third party investigation is urgently needed to ascertain how mass use of contaminated testing kits/devices might have contributed to early Covid-19 attributed death clusters (and other deaths throughout the Covid-19 attributed pandemic). The issue remains ongoing with serious contamination reported through last October including:
Ethylene Oxide Contaminated Covid-19 Rapid Testing