Rocco Galati dead and Obituary – So anti-vaxxer groups are reporting that a lawyer that defends many of them, Rocco Galati has been hospitalized and is in ICU with intubation. Do they thank doctors and medical staff? No, they bizarrely accuse them “cause is suspected but not confirmed”… many accusations.
A new directive to suspend all non-urgent surgeries and procedures will also apply to clinics outside hospitals, the Ministry of Health confirmed. Earlier this week, the Department of Health’s chief medical officer, Dr Kieran Moore, announced a moratorium on elective surgeries and procedures.
Moore suggested that by reformulating Ontario’s so-called “Directive Two,” the province could free up 1,200 to 1,500 beds, which are “critical to providing oxygen and care” to residents who contract a variant of Omicron in the coming weeks.
The policy primarily anticipates that patients will undergo surgery or procedures in hospitals, but a Department of Health spokesperson did confirm to CP24 on Wednesday that independent medical facilities will also be unable to conduct any “non-urgent/non-urgent procedures” requiring surgical care support or anesthesia health human resources . “
High-risk surgeries that could result in patients being sent to emergency rooms will also be banned. “This is consistent with previous provisions under Directive 2 and helps ensure that health workforce resources remain available to support the province’s COVID-19 response,” the spokesperson said.
Rocco Galati dead and Obituary, cause of death, What happened?
With the exception of surgical clinics outside hospitals, the new policy would also prohibit procedures in dental settings that “require a sedative or anesthetic team” or that “present a substantial risk leading to the use of emergency medical services or other hospital services.” “
It is unclear how long the directive will take effect. The Ontario Office of Financial Responsibility previously estimated the backlog of canceled surgeries will reach 419,200 by the fall due to previous directives restricting care.