The unreasonable fear spread by liberal governments may have cost more lives than all of the draconian measures allegedly saved. In the UK, they used a lot of telephone appointments with their doctors. Anyone that tells you that is as good as a face-to-face appointment is a liar.
In the UK, a study was done and they have reported that an estimated 10,000 people died because doctors were unable to spot possible cancer problems before it killed the patients.
I went to the doctor one day for indigestion and they decided to give me a precautionary EKG. They spotted what might be a problem and after I had a scan of my heart done, I had to have a quadruple bypass done.
My doctor said because of the massive blockage if I had a heart attack, I would have had a zero chance of survival.
The University College London published this week, a report estimating that 10,000 people died because they did not get a live meeting with their doctor. But, liberals would tell you that not having live visits saved more lives.
Remember Barack Obama’s massive job bill that wasn’t? It was actually payback for his political donors. When the massive spending bill did not create the jobs he claimed it would, he said that the bill had saved tens of thousands of jobs. I wrote that Obama discovered a leak in a pipe in the White House. When the plumber was done, Obama asked him if he had repaired the pipe and he said no. But he was able to save 23 other pipes from leaking.
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The study found that more than 60 percent of people surveyed by the university were concerned about talking to their general practitioner (GP) about “minor health problems” amid the pandemic. Before the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus’s spread, around 80 percent of appointments with doctors were in person, but only 57 percent of consultations were face-to-face in July 2021, the report noted.
“The immediate effect of the pandemic was to delay early diagnosis. Even before the pandemic, Britain’s performance was not up there with the best of the world,” said report co-author David Taylor, a professor with University College London, according to The Telegraph.
“There is some evidence to suggest every month treatment is delayed can increase the risk of early death by seven percent,” he said. “Some of it is about patients not presenting, worrying about being a burden on their GP, some of it is about access problems.”