Short-staffed hospitals struggling to keep up with rising admissions | COVID-19 in Canada

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  1. In two years you’re still short staffed. There is a problem with whoever runs health services because that should not be happening in 2022.

    1. @EAT A PEACH Um, every Canadian leader is the same, conservative or liberal makes no difference, HELLLLOOOOOO

    2. Nothing new. Our hospitals have been a mess for years. 2 years into a pandemic and nothing has been done to rectify any of the problems.

    3. @Luke Burke
      Liberals cut teachers jobs and hospital beds ? Pretty sure liberals like to spend, HELLLOOOOO!?!?

  2. 1. Healthcare staffing is struggling but could be aided immensely and immediately by allowing thousands of caring healthcare staff back to work. ICU beds are not and never were in danger of running out in over two years.
    2. Alberta is inviting their fired staff back to work with regular testing.
    3. If the vax doesn’t stop community spread as indicated by cases skyrocketing, and almost every person who was vulnerable or wanted one got one, what exactly is the scientific justification for continued segregation and/or demonization of the vax free?

    1. @The Midnight Monks I hope they steel up and say NO. Those peoples live are NO LONGER our responsibility….or at least make them give them a well deserved bonus. And not car change.

    2. @Sn眉p-Dio DubbleGee I think the best we can hope for is a public apology.
      Might take 25 years to happen though since no current government will admit failure.

  3. It’s amazing no one apologizes for firing nursing staff, especially after they reduce quarantine to five days down from 10, Instead of offering nurses testing you are almost certain to now come in contact with hospital staff that are still infectious. Laughable.

    1. @EAT A PEACH best part is I know you had to google to find out what zubra is. I hope they dance through your dreams. I know how much you must like them. 馃槀馃槀馃槀

    1. Election coming in June. That’s the difference. Nurses have no choice but to engage politically. It’s a shame we can’t just let the market work so that they can negotiate with their emoloyer like the rest of the free world.

  4. Jabbed staff – catch virus, transmit virus
    Unjabbed staff – catch virus, transmits virus

    HMMMMM it鈥檚 almost as if it鈥檚 not about a virus..?

  5. Friendly reminder that the Ontario government laid off over 100 nurses a year ago. The threat is real though, don鈥檛 question the ScIeNcE.

  6. We should make reporters and politicians wear their sponsers names on their clothes…they would all look like Nascar drivers!

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    Friendly reminder that the Ontario government laid off over 100 nurses a year ago. The threat is real though, don鈥檛 question the ScIeNcE.

  8. Your saying firing large swathes of Healthcare works for wanting to maintain their bodly autonomy BACKFIRED? Say it isn’t so daddy Trudeau! Lol

  9. BELLA- 馃敟饾悊饾惃 饾悡饾惃 饾悓饾惒 饾悅饾悺饾悮饾惂饾惂饾悶饾惀 [饾悑!饾惎饾悶] says:

    1. Healthcare staffing is struggling but could be aided immensely and immediately by allowing thousands of caring healthcare staff back to work. ICU beds are not and never were in danger of running out in over two years.
    2. Alberta is inviting their fired staff back to work with regular testing.
    3. If the vax doesn’t stop community spread as indicated by cases skyrocketing, and almost every person who was vulnerable or wanted one got one, what exactly is the scientific justification for continued segregation and/or demonization of the vax free?

  10. Ruby- 馃敟饾悊饾惃 饾悡饾惃 饾悓饾惒 饾悅饾悺饾悮饾惂饾惂饾悶饾惀 [饾悑!饾惎饾悶] says:

    1. Healthcare staffing is struggling but could be aided immensely and immediately by allowing thousands of caring healthcare staff back to work. ICU beds are not and never were in danger of running out in over two years.
    2. Alberta is inviting their fired staff back to work with regular testing.
    3. If the vax doesn’t stop community spread as indicated by cases skyrocketing, and almost every person who was vulnerable or wanted one got one, what exactly is the scientific justification for continued segregation and/or demonization of the vax free?

  11. 1. Healthcare staffing is struggling but could be aided immensely and immediately by allowing thousands of caring healthcare staff back to work. ICU beds are not and never were in danger of running out in over two years.
    2. Alberta is inviting their fired staff back to work with regular testing.
    3. If the vax doesn’t stop community spread as indicated by cases skyrocketing, and almost every person who was vulnerable or wanted one got one, what exactly is the scientific justification for continued segregation and/or demonization of the vax free?

  12. 1. Healthcare staffing is struggling but could be aided immensely and immediately by allowing thousands of caring healthcare staff back to work. ICU beds are not and never were in danger of running out in over two years.
    2. Alberta is inviting their fired staff back to work with regular testing.
    3. If the vax doesn’t stop community spread as indicated by cases skyrocketing, and almost every person who was vulnerable or wanted one got one, what exactly is the scientific justification for continued segregation and/or demonization of the vax free?

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