Governor Newsom’s latest shutdown order closes down small businesses and warns residents to stay at home if their area’s number of available beds in intensive care units drops below 15%.
“By invoking a Stay at Home Order for regions where ICU capacity falls below 15 percent, we can flatten the curve as we’ve done before and reduce stress on our health care system,” Governor Newsom, fresh from partying at the French Laundry, declared.
Spring had given way to summer and then to autumn and winter, and California Democrats are still using the pretext of preserving “ICU capacity” and “flattening the curve”. The rationale of shutting down an entire state, not so much for the sake of stopping the virus, but for keeping enough beds open in intensive care units, never made much sense even back then.
It’s insane now.
What did Governor Newsom and California Democrats do to increase ICU capacity?
In April, California had 7,345 ICU beds. Now, in December, it has 7,881.
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