By Mike Walsh,
The doctor in charge of a Bay Area, California trauma center said the state should end its lockdown orders after an unprecedented and extraordinary spike in suicide attempts amid the coronavirus pandemic.
‘We’ve never seen numbers like this, in such a short period of time,’ Dr Mike de Boisblanc, head of trauma at John Muir Medical Center, told local station ABC7.
‘I mean, we’ve seen a year’s worth of suicide attempts in the last four weeks.’ He added that he thinks ‘it’s time’ to end the state shutdown.
‘I think, originally, this was put in place to flatten the curve and to make sure hospitals have the resources to take care of COVID patients,’ he explained. ‘We have the current resources to do that and our other community health is suffering.’
Trauma nurse Kacey Hansen, who has worked at John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek for over three decades, said she had ‘never seen’ so many attempts at taking one’s own life, most being young adults. ‘I have never seen so much intentional injury, it’s deeply upsetting.’
John Muir Health said in a statement that while ‘there are a number of opinions on this topic, including within our medical staff,’ the organization supports the state’s shelter-in-place order.
California Governor Gavin Newsom is currently putting his state through a phased reopening, with counties in the Bay Area moving slower than other parts of the state. On Tuesday, the Department of Justice warned Newsom in a letter that his state’s banning of in-person worship discriminates against religious exercise.’
California Doctors Admit They’ve Seen More Deaths From Suicide Than Virus Since Lockdowns
Trump and others in his administration warned that locking down the country for too long would result in unintended consequences, specifically it would lead to an explosion of suicides.
Looks like Trump is, sadly, correct and the left was wrong again.
Doctors in Northern California say they have seen more deaths from suicide than they’ve seen from the coronavirus during the pandemic.
“The numbers are unprecedented,” Dr. Michael deBoisblanc of John Muir Medical Center in Walnut Creek, California, told ABC 7 News about the increase of deaths by suicide, adding that he’s seen a “year’s worth of suicides” in the last four weeks alone.
DeBoisblanc said he believes it’s time for California officials to end the stay-at-home order and let people back out into their communities.
“Personally, I think it’s time,” he said. “I think, originally, this was put in place to flatten the curve and to make sure hospitals have the resources to take care of COVID patients. We have the current resources to do that, and our other community health is suffering.”
Kacey Hansen, a trauma center nurse at John Muir Medical Center for more than 30 years, says she’s worried not only about the increased suicide attempts but also about the hospital’s ability to save as many patients as usual.
“What I have seen recently, I have never seen before,” Hansen said. “I have never seen so much intentional injury.”
Businesses across California have started defying stay-at-home orders imposed by Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, and hundreds of protesters have hit the streets, making the argument that the orders were only meant to flatten the curve of the virus’s spread, which Newsom himself said was achieved in mid-April.
Suicide has been an increasingly significant problem across the country as the coronavirus outbreak caused stay-at-home orders that led to unemployment and stress.
By late March, more people had died in just one Tennessee county from suicide than had died in the entire state directly from the virus.
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So your saying instead of 800000 killing themselves that 4,800,000 have died. Where is this data come from
Suicide is an ever-present option should life become absolutely unbearable for those with no inner life (spirituality of no particular brand) to speak of. Having said that, the the overwhelming burden imposed by the lockdown can can push the vulnerable over the edge. When life becomes insufferable the soul circumvents prolonged misery. The architects of the plandemic clearly understood this outcome plus many other side effects would be the consequence.
Suicides are on the rise worldwide because of this lockdown insanity.
and thoose suicides are counted label covid death
Such an important song. “Don’t fear the Reaper” – Blue Oyster Cult
The name “Blue Öyster Cult” came from a 1960s poem written by their manager Sandy Pearlman. (His poetry was later used more extensively in their 1988 album Imaginos) In Pearlman’s poetry, the “Blue Oyster Cult” was a group of aliens who had assembled to secretly guide Earth’s history.
“Love of two is ONE”
“Don’t fear the reaper” is a song about overcoming FEAR. and about transcendence.
“Those who overcome fear(illusion) find immortality” – ONE
When this song came out many had a knee jerk reaction saying it glorified suicide and was greatly criticized.
The song glorifies seeing through the illusion of Fear. It is generally understood that the FEAR of death is the greatest fear in our human experience.
In the bible, whenever an angel appeared to some ONE, The angel greeted them with “Fear Not” urging ONE to not be afraid, not to fear as fear would stop ONE’s self awareness.
“Then the door was open and the wind appeared (The spirit/angel)
The candles blew then disappeared
The curtains flew then he appeared, saying “don’t be afraid”.
The instrumental in the middle represents the “Dark Night of the Soul” storm, and breakthrough we go through as we move into the next best version of ourselves. freedom from Fear.
“40, 000 men and women everyday, Like Romeo and Juliet
40, 000 men and women everyday, Redefine happiness
Another 40, 000 coming everyday, We can be like they are”
This lyric is quite relevant to us today in lockdown. 40,000 represents the number of people who die every day in the world. Whether accurate or not, it is a mechanism of the song. We are urged that we can be like they are. We too can overcome, fear. We too can overcome death. We too can be free from the illusion of separation.
This song is designed to take ONE to the highest frequency (bliss, joy, beauty) to be able to transcend the fear barrier, to connect with ONE’s future higher self. It is difficult to fear at these higher frequencies just as it is hard to tune in to two radio stations as once. This song is a spiritual gateway.
I think the song writer Donald Roeser, was saddened that such a song would have such negative reception. me too.
I, like him, dont’ want “Amazing grace played at my funeral, Rather I want, “Don’t fear the Reaper” played.
Suicide is not something that creeps up from an event such as this ‘lockdown.’ It was already there in the persons mind.
No doubt the lockdown was the last straw for many people who were potentially suicidal.
What you say is true but homeostasis is triggered by an irreconcilable event. The data tells us that the lockdown is just that kind of event considering the staggering increase in numbers of suicides.
Your logic is lost on the clear of head. The point is that the lockdown is resulting in deaths that are not being weighed against the lives purportedly being saved by the lockdown. Emphasis on purportedly. The majority of COVID deaths, applying your logic, were people who were already going to die as well, having severe comorbidities, many in nursing homes. And yet you would not make the same argument about them because it isn’t politically approved by your thought leader.