A Québec inquest into Covid related deaths has uncovered more disturbing facts. In September I published an article from the testimony of an auxilary nurse claiming that many of the COVID 19 nursing home deaths were caused by abuse and neglect.
A Québec doctor told the inquest into Covid related deaths that many treatable patients actually died by euthanasia.
An article by Clara Descurninges for The Canadian Press reported on the testimony from Dr Vinh-Kim Nguyen who worked in the emergency room at the Jewish General Hospital during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Nguyen who had previously managed the Ebola pandemic for Doctors Without Borders told the inquiry that:
Patients who arrived from CHSLDs with heavy cases of COVID-19 were, according to him, “surprisingly well after a day or two of infusions or oxygen”. “By hydrating these patients, they recovered very easily,”
Dr Nguyen was sent to CHSLDs to work with their COVID-19 patients. Dr Nguyen testified that he found himself in a very different situation. Descurninges states:
Wanting to transfer patients to the hospital, he quickly discovered “the many obstacles” put in his way, while public health guidelines recommended keeping residents there.
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For patients stuck in CHSLDs, the only measures available were often end-of-life respiratory distress protocols, or strong cocktails of drugs used to reduce suffering, he testified. “These are protocols that lead to death. […] It was in fact euthanasia, ”he insisted.
“What really traumatized me was that I saw patients who didn’t have to go there, they could have been treated. “
Duscurninges also reported on the testimony from Dr. Réjean Hébert who told the inquest that 10% of patients at CHSLDs died of COVID-19 during this period. Dr Hébert is a specialist in gerontology and a professor in health policy evaluation at the University of Montreal testified that these deaths represented a “masacre” by “systematic ageism.”
Dr Hébert referred to the management of healthcare in Québec as “administrative monsters” with reference to what he referred to as the six hierarchical levels of management.
The Québec inquest was established to investigate why from February 25 – July 11, 2020, Quebecers aged 70 and over accounted for 92% of deaths from COVID-19.
I have written several articles concerning COVID-19 deaths. I believe that with varying degrees, the same abuse neglect and euthanasia that occurred in Québec COVID-19 deaths also happened in other jurisdictions. The only difference is that Québec has established an inquest into these COVID-19 related deaths.
Further articles on this topic:
- Canada’s claim to value seniors and disabled people rings false during COVID-19 pandemic (Link).
- 43% of US COVID-19 deaths were nursing home residents (Link).
- Stealth euthanasia: How many seniors with COVID-19 were killed? (Link).
- 81% of Canada’s COVID-19 deaths were long-term care residents (Link).