Four Newborns in Australia Have Died Because Lockdowners Denied Them Life-Saving Surgery
The sacrificial altars of the COVID cult have a voracious appetite
Four babies have died in Adelaide in the past four weeks after they could not be airlifted to Melbourne due to the city’s coronavirus lockdown.
South Australia does not have a cardiac unit for children meaning seriously ill newborns with heart issues are normally taken to Melbourne’s Royal Children’s Hospital – but this option has been ruled out due to the pandemic [lockdown], an inquiry heard on Tuesday.
Four Newborns in Adelaide have died after being denied lifesaving heart surgery because it wasn't available in Adelaide, and they couldn't be transferred interstate because of travel restrictions. #9News pic.twitter.com/IFZsv9kq4k
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Victoria does not currently have any restrictions in place for travellers entering from another Australian state.
But Slaried Medical Officers Association chief industrial officer Bernadette Mulholland told The Australian that doctors told her ‘in these four cases, the issue was Victoria not being able to retrieve the babies’.
Associate Professor John Svigos told the South Australian parliament’s public health services committee that Melbourne’s lockdown meant transfer was not available.
‘In our current COVID situation… the usual process of referral to the Melbourne cardiac unit is no longer tenable, and referral to Sydney is on a case-by-case basis,’ he said.
Victoria Premier Daniel Andrews said in a press conference on Wednesday that the children were not kept away due to lockdown.
‘I don’t think it is a matter of restrictions,’ he said, adding ‘there was a choice not at our end, but the other end for them not to be sent’.
‘I can only go with what I’m been told. I don’t think it was a “you can’t come here” type of deal’.
The babies died over the course of the past four weeks, with the most recent death coming on Friday.
The inquiry heard the Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital being described as ‘second class’.
‘The Women’s and Children’s Hospital has sadly seen the deaths of three babies in the past four weeks who were unable to be transferred, who almost certainly would have benefited from on-site cardiac services,’ Professor Svigos said, according to the Adelaide Advertiser.
‘I shall leave it to you to imagine the profound effect of these deaths on the parents, their families and the dedicated medical and nursing staff dealing with these tragedies… they feel that they have let their patients down.’
The respected obstetrician, who now heads up the WCH Alliance lobby, bluntly asked how many more deaths of babies and young children will the community and staff be forced to endure before the situation is improved at the hospital?
Shortly after the explosive testimony, Ms Mulholland informed the committee a fourth child had also tragically died on Friday.
Source: The Daily Mail
Capital city of S. A. cannot provide adequate health care for its citizens and Corona gets the blame and Victoria Premier as well? How about blaming Premier of S. A. for crappy health care?
But they would have survived the vaccines?
If the S. A. hospital could not provide adequate health, care, they sure as hell couldn’t provide adequate care for this virus.
Four more dead, Dicktator Andrews, Gates, Soros, Schwab and their sick ilk are doing the high fives. Everybody that dies is a WIN for them except of course if it is a relative or friend.
Australia should be proud taking killing to a new level! You go Australia!
It will take Australia 100 years to change this new image.
I spent 2 months in Queensland back in 1984, travelling from town to town and staying with families in small towns and on ranches and farms. I really liked the Queenslanders. They were very hospitable. They were also laid back and a lot of fun with a great sense of humor. They reminded me quite a bit of rural and small town south Texans.
I hate seeing what is happening in Australia. I’ll always have a bit of a soft spot for Australians.
Jimmy, I married a Queensland er, and spent 2 years of my life there
Definately do not share your thoughts of them. IMHO Qldrs are different from the rest of Australians. Dunno why, just are.
Maybe it was just the people I encountered. Also, I didn’t have to live with them. I was just visiting with four other guys as part of a Rotary Club cultural exchange program. We gave presentations about north Texas – the economy, culture, history, etc., complete with photos – at their Rotary Club meetings and they showed us their parts of Queensland. Honestly, they were very nice and we had a lot of fun. As Texans, the climate, look and feel of the place, and the way people lived reminded us more of south and central Texas than any foreign country I’ve ever been to, except Mexico, and I’ve seen all of Europe, at least half of Asia, east Africa, and central America.