As Texas coronavirus cases continue to increase and hospitals there are stretched beyond their capacity, some of the worst cases are just being sent home to die. A Texas hospital is so overrun with coronavirus cases that officials say it will send the patients least likely to survive home to die.

A hospital in Starr County, Texas, is so overrun with coronavirus cases that officials there said it would choose which patients to use its resources on and send those most likely to die back home to their families.

The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported that Dr. Jose Vasquez — the health authority for Starr County — said the county was creating guidelines to help health workers decide how to use resources on patients with the best chance of survival.

Vasquez added that a committee would decide which patients were most likely to die at Starr County Memorial Hospital — the only hospital in the county — and would send them home.

“The situation is desperate,” he said Tuesday. “We cannot continue functioning in the Starr County Memorial Hospital nor in our county in the way that things are going. The numbers are staggering.”

It’s just the flu. It’s a hoax. It will go away on its own. Just say no to those Death Panels…not those…these courtesy of the GOP.

8 Responses to Death Panels? The GOP’s Got Your Death Panels

  1. Nemo says:

    It’s not the flu. The flu kills far more children each year than the rona.

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