In recent days, we could see on social media some images and videos with ‘prediction of consequences of a serious nuclear accident in the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant’. Here’s an example for August 29:
So, what do we see on these Energoatom videos and images? According to their (very sparse) description, it shows ‘the consequences of a serious accident in the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant’.
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The following is the translation of an article that appeared on tsargrad.tv on February 12, 2017, so basically five years ago, which digs into the history of the region formerly known as “Ukrainian SSR” and “Ukraine”. The actual history is quite different from the one that is usually purported in the West – a version based in the Ukrainian perception/interpretation of history.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia February 17, 2022 (Translated from Russian by Yandex)February 17, 2022
On February 17 of this year, US Ambassador J. P. was invited to the Russian Foreign Ministry.Sullivan was given the following reaction to the previously received American response on the Russian draft treaty between the Russian Federation and the United States of America on security guarantees:
I wrote about the “pandemic of the unvaccinated” (I’m using the term non-vaccinated) and how official numbers do not support that story-line – at least not for the UK – about a week ago. In the post, I cited from the COVID-19 vaccine surveillance report 48.
Switzerland is not running out of ICU beds. It’s a fake news scare peddled by mainstream media and politicians. The proof is in the data from the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) which records the number of ICU beds available and occupied. The data clearly shows that hospitals are adjusting the number of ICU beds on an as needed basis to keep occupancy as high as possible while still having a number of beds available for emergencies.
Here’s the data from Feb. 15 2021 to Dec. 10 2021:
Not long ago, as recent as Nov. 23, several politicians and media have declared there to be a ‘pandemic of the unvaccinated’ (should actually be not-vaccinated). While this misguided rhetoric has now been dialed back, the data now shows, that the claim was not quite substantiated when it was made.
A few weeks ago a letter titled “The epidemiological relevance of the COVID-19-vaccinated population is increasing” was published in The Lancet Regional Health – Europe containing the following statement:
Recently, the German tabloid Bild released a map, purporting to depict plans of Russia’s General Staff for (finally) invading Ukraine, which Russia has failed to do since 2014 despite countless predictions to the contrary.
Translated from Russian by Google. Original article is here.
The supply of weapons to Kiev from the United States and Britain is just the tip of the iceberg called “preparation for war with Russia.” Its invisible part – military bases, sabotage and cyber centers of information and psychological attacks
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg arrogantly denied Moscow the right to have its own sphere of influence and be against the entry of its neighbors into the North Atlantic Alliance. “Russia has no say in this matter, and it has no right to establish a sphere of influence by trying to control its neighbors,” he announced. But then he suddenly became emotional: “It’s a pity that Russia closed NATO offices in Moscow … We are ready to discuss sensitive issues. Including across Ukraine “.
In fact, NATO members interpret “sensitive issues on Ukraine” in their own way.
I am not going to belabor this point any longer, and conclude the topic here with presenting more evidence that the “Swiss hospital are running out of ICU beds” story in the news media is completely false (fake news!). Hospital are running at a high occupancy, yes, but the ICU-bed capacity is adapted as needed and changes from day to day. This can can be seen directly from the data provided by the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) by everyone who cares to actually look at the daily numbers and compare them for several days. Here are the numbers from December 1 and December 2, 2021:
It’s easy to see that for Switzerland, numbers are actually slightly down from Dec. 1 to Dec. 2:
Total ICU beds have gone up by +1 (but that’s still 4 less than on Nov. 30);
The total occupancy has gone down by -7 beds;
COVID-19 patients has gone up by +9, while Non-COVID-19 patients has gone down by -14 beds;
Free ICU has gone up by +8 beds
Occupancy is at 81.2% on December 2, which is -0.9% compared to December 1. On November 30, it was 81.1%, but there were 863 ICU beds that day. So, it’s again obvious, that giving the number “ICU beds are x% occupied” is highly misleading, as the total number, the “100%” changes from day to day.
It’s also easy to see that the situation in Zurich has improved from Dec. 1 to Dec. 2:
Total number of beds has stayed the same, at 183 beds;
Total occupancy has gone down by -9 beds;
COVID-19 patients occupancy has gone down by -1 beds;
Non-COVID-19 patients occupancy has gone down by -8 beds;
Free ICU beds has gone up +9 beds
So in conclusion, we can see from the numbers, that hospital ICU-beds, are managed on an “as-needed” basis. They are activated and deactivated as the situation requires, and hospitals are not interested in running a high-number of unoccupied ICU-beds, just to keep the statistics nice. Of course, there is a maximum number to which ICU-beds can be increased, but has that been reached yet? We don’t know and are not told in any statistics. The real limiting factor is staff-availability, not number of physical beds, by the way. But curiously, for that, we don’t see any statistics, and we also are not told, what is done to alleviate the pressure on the medical staff.