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Our hospitals are at capacity. People who need medical attention are being turned back because no beds are available. In several states refrigeration trucks are being brought in because their morgues are at full capacity.

Doctors, nurses and medical professionals are overworked, exhausted, asking for help and encouraging folks to wear masks and get a COVID vaccine to help slow the spread.

Liberty Regional Medical Center’s Director of Nursing Donna Cochrane, was interviewed on CNN talking about the lack of beds, the toll on their ER and medical staff and the loss of many lives of people within our community.

Liberty County in the national news and not in the way we would like!

Our very own County Coroner told the County Commissioners about the uptick in COVID deaths. Some dying at home because no beds were available. Reginald Pierce also talked about other death cases and mentioned how the County and hospital morgue are at capacity with bodies being stored at other agencies and locations.

Pierce requested the Commissioners consider building a proper County morgue. He said between COVID, overdoses, murders, other cases and the continued population growth it was time to get ahead of the curve.

When your County Coroner, who has not asked for much in his decades of service to his community, asks for a BIGGER morgue…THERE IS A BIG PROBLEM.

So, what do we do to help our medical professionals?

Well, we show them just how smart we are by ingesting animal grade Ivermectin!

Okay people, yes there is FDA approval for the use of Ivermectin in humans, but not ANIMAL GRADE IVERMECTIN!

Last I checked we don’t walk on all fours (well, most of us don’t), we aren’t dogs or horses either. We are human. And while Ivermectin is FDA approved to treat certain parasites in people, internally and externally, (Human grade Ivermectin) it is not approved by the FDA for treating COVID.

So, for those of you doing the song and dance routine that you weren’t going to get a shot because it is not FDA approved. Then tell me why you are ingesting animal grade medicine that also IS NOT FDA approved to treat COVID.

The hype started after a released research article described the effect of ivermectin on SARS-CoV-2 in a laboratory setting, according to a report by the FDA. These types of laboratory studies are commonly used at an early stage of drug development. Additional testing is needed to determine whether ivermectin might be appropriate to prevent or treat COVID-19.

Also, there have been controlled preliminary studies done with Ivermectin and COVID patients but those early stages were done under controlled medical and hospital supervision.

Ivermectin has not been approved for emergency use by the FDA for COVID either. Yet, the anti-vaxers that wouldn’t take the shot because it was under emergency use only seem okay with this unproven alternative.

You know what else ain’t FDA approved?

Tattoo ink!

Raise your hands if you got a tattoo but still against the COVID vaccine...let’s see, one, two, three, four…one-thousand, two thousand…WOW so many of you!

There is no FDA approval for perfumes and cosmetics but 99 percent of women won’t leave home without a made-up face and a nice scent sprayed on their body.

You know what is FDA approved to treat COVID, the Pfizer vaccine!

But to really show the medical profession that we plan to do all we can to help lower hospitalization rates, we got even more creative!

“Hey I’m bored as hell,” said the isolated fool. “There is nothing to do so I’m going to try that new Milk Crate Challenge!”

“OMG YES,” said the fool’s friend. “I want to be there and videotape when you fall flat on your face and disfigure your whole jaw.”

“It will be so cool to watch you wiggle in pain for months as you wait until your facial reconstruction surgery, classified as an elective, will be scheduled,” the fool’s friend continued. “In the meantime, we’ll nickname you No-Jaw-McGraw.

“What are you talking about,” said the fool. “Man, I GOT THIS!”

“911 Operator how may I help you?”

“My foolish friend attempted the milk crate challenge. It didn’t go well for him,” the fool’s friend replied. “I don’t think his arm and leg should look or bend the way they are.”

“We have an ambulance on its way,” said the dispatcher.

“No rush, this video is going viral!”

“Well, he will likely sit in the ambulance for a few hours anyways,” the dispatcher said. “The local hospital is all full and we’ll likely have to transport him out of town just to temporarily patch him up.”

On behalf of all the hardworking medical professionals out there fighting every day to help others. I will do my part. And I also, apologize to you for those who are making your job much harder than necessary.

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