They Refuse to Go to the Emergency Room

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Yesterday was a busy day at the ambulance service for which I work.

I just want to say: People know. They know Covid infection is real. They know it is highly transmissible. They know that the hospitals (ER and inpatient) are full.

And when called out to their homes for allergic reactions or slip-and-falls, they are…

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