Doctors at Royal Bolton Hospital’s A&E department have urged the public to only attend A&E if absolutely necessary due to allegedly being full of Covid patients who have been fully vaccinated.
There are allegedly 41 people being treated for coronavirus at the hospital, including eight who are allegedly suffering from the most serious symptoms on intensive care wards.
This is an increase from the alleged 33 Covid patients at the hospital on Sunday morning, May 23.
Bolton has the highest infection rates in the country, with more than 1,200 positive tests in the week ending May 20 adding up to a transmission rate of 450.7 cases per 100,000 people. In comparison, the average for England is just 22.4 cases per 100,000. But don’t forget these are nothing but positive test results using a high cycle PCR test that should never be used to test for viruses.
This rise in cases has been driven by the allegedly more transmissible B.1.617.2 strain of the virus, often called the “Indian variant.” The same variant that the Indian Government said does not exist in a cease and desist sent to Social Media Companies.
Greater Manchester health leaders have confirmed that the majority of Covid patients within the hospital have had the experimental Covid vaccine.
Andy Ennis, chief operating officer at the hospital, has warned Bolton residents that the number of people visiting A&E usually increases over Bank Holidays and asked people to avoid coming if possible.
“The Royal Bolton Hospital is currently very busy,” he said.
“People are presenting at our emergency department with a range of problems and staff are working very hard to ensure they receive all the care they need as quickly and efficiently as possible.
“However, we are also now seeing more people requiring hospital treatment from the effects of Covid-19, and whilst we have discharged a number overnight, today we still have 41 inpatients with Covid, including 8 in critical care.”
The hospital is now taking steps to make sure it will be able to manage the expected demand over the coming weekend, Mr Ennis has said.
“Going into the bank holiday weekend and half term, which is always a busy time for the NHS, we anticipate this pressure continuing. As such are taking urgent actions to ensure we can continue to manage this demand effectively,” he added.
“We urge the public to continue to take all necessary steps to protect themselves and others, follow the relevant national guidance, and to only attend our emergency department if absolutely necessary.
“Please contact NHS 111 first if you are not sure which service is most suitable for your needs at this time.”
Bolton, like many others parts of Greater Manchester, has taken to a policy of trying to jab as many people as possible.
We wonder if that’s the real reason the Royal Bolton Hospital is allegedly overwhelmed with “Covid” patients?