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Irish FOI Data-Release Proves Hospitals Were Never Under Strain in 2020

category national | health / disability issues | other press author Thursday March 18, 2021 23:02author by 1 of indy Report this post to the editors

This is report carried by freepress.ie reveals that Irish Hospitals were never under strain during the previous year and use data from a freedom of information request. It shines a very bright light on the relentless propaganda from the government and their lackies in the mainstream media.

Freepress.ie can exclusively reveal that Irish hospitals were never under strain throughout 2020, based on newly released official health system hospital data arising from our freedom of information request.

All Irish hospital bed occupancy by month, from 2017 (Yellow) to 2020 (Blue). Click each image to enlarge
All Irish hospital bed occupancy by month, from 2017 (Yellow) to 2020 (Blue). Click each image to enlarge

They report:

The contradiction between the official data and representations that the health service has been under dangerous strain is obviously extremely important. The charts below will show you just how how busy Irish hospitals have been.

The new data directly contradicts the reporting and statements of Irish politicians, RTE and other Irish mainstream media, and the Irish Health Service Executive (HSE) covid-body NPHET. These Irish establishment bodies have consistently told the public that the hospital system was at breaking point since the Covid issue surfaced. Their own HSE data completely contradicts that contention.

The idea of an extremely stressed health service is still one of the key pillars used to justify the Irish Government’s unscientific lockdowns and mask mandates, both of which have no basis in science and have been argued to be examples of crimes against humanity.



For the full text see https://freepress.ie/2021/03/exclusive-irish-foi-data-release-proves-there-was-no-pandemic/

Kudos goes to freepress.ie for doing this really important work.

Related Link: https://freepress.ie/2021/03/exclusive-irish-foi-data-release-proves-there-was-no-pandemic/

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