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  1. Coronavirus: Teenage boy whose death was linked to COVID-19 turned away from urgent care for not having insurance Mayor confirms teenager’s death with heart-breaking statement: ‘The Friday before he died, he was healthy ... By Wednesday, he was dead’ A 17-year-old whose death was initially linked to the novel coronavirus despite not having any previously reported health conditions was denied treatment at a California medical facility over his lack of insurance, according to the mayor. R Rex Parris, the mayor of Lancaster, California, confirmed the teen’s death in a video posted to YouTube on Wednesday, in which he warned residents to take the global pandemic seriously and practice self-isolation and social distancing measures. “The Friday before he died, he was healthy,” the mayor said about the teenager. “By Wednesday, he was dead.” The mayor said the teen “didn’t have insurance, so they did not treat him” when he arrived at an urgent care facility in the area. The medical staff then told the child to go to a local public hospital. “En route to AV Hospital, he went into cardiac arrest,” the mayor said. “They were able to revive him and keep him alive for about six hours. But by the time he got there, it was too late.” The teen’s death comes amid a wave of reports about young victims suffering deadly symptoms from Covid-19, defying previous assumptions that the novel virus was only fatal for some older patients and people with severe underlying conditions. Another teen in Louisiana was reported to have passed away this after contracting the coronavirus, as well as a 21-year-old woman in the UK who also had no underlying health issues. However, Los Angeles’ County Department of Public Health later said the teen’s death was taken off a list of deaths associated with Covid-19 in the area. The department said the CDC would complete an investigation into the teen’s death. It remained unclear what symptoms he may have been experiencing prior to his death. As health officials warned the country’s hospital system was already reaching capacity, the US confirmed at least 85,000 cases of the coronavirus by Friday. The death toll has meanwhile risen to nearly 1,300, with those figures likely to continue soaring in the coming days. New York has seen the vast majority of confirmed cases, with nearly 40,000 in total as the state managed to distribute a significant amount of testing kits despite challenges the federal government had procuring test to send to states across the country. Doctors and nurses on the front lines of the unfolding crisis previously told The Independent the virus was impacting young people the same way it was older patients in some cases. One resident physician from Mount Sinai in New York City issued a stark warning during a Thursday interview. “Relatively young people — age 30 through 50 — often male, with little to no known past medical history are getting sick from this virus, getting intubated, [and] dying,” they said. “The principles of social distancing are not solely for protecting your grandparents.” Another New York-area nurse said: “What I really want the public to know is that the old and sick are not the only ones who are getting severely ill and dying from this virus. Both of my patients I took care of over the weekend were in their 30’s. Both with no known past medical history.” https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/coronavirus-teenager-death-california-health-insurance-care-emergency-room-covid-19-a9429946.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR144GAGhYBuLEpkeov0RxFrcVjQfHS8I0ojb_6GkIurxxAAzvI2WebMVcc#Echobox=1585313812
  2. Just when you thought the Netherlands could't be more disgusting... Politicians, not its citizens.
  3. Wow Germany and Netherlands.... showing their true colors... Even the president of Portugal said it's disgusting what they are saying and doing. The European Union is a farce and now it's showing with no sugar-coating. I doubt the EU will survive after this. Spain and Italy must and will remember what they did. REPULSIVE
  4. Grindr and all other hookup apps should be out of service while this lasts, cause horny jerks ain't gonna care. fucking true, sadly
  5. They did send some help for workers and stuff. But the lockdown needs to happen and it shouldn't be left to the population. It didn't work in Italy or Spain. It will not work in Germany. And the fact is, they do not follow them so it must be ENFORCED by the authorities.
  6. Germany is still doing nothing. Merkel is waiting how we behave this weekend to decide if there's lockdown or not... Unbelievable...
  7. This virus transmits through just breathing. Be strong
  8. This man should be in trial for crimes agains humanity. Instead of cooperate and help each other... Whoever votes for this guy needs to be put in quarantine FOR LIFE.
  9. Well, you have to have the basics covered in order to have time to theorize and rationalize about these things. If your daily problem is how you are gonna get to eat that day, you don't really have time to sit down and think about it. I agree that the theories on paper sound better than what came out in its practical delivery, but I'm not asking to bring communism back or anything like that. I'm just saying that are certain things (health and education in this case) which shouldn't be treated as business or for profit.
  10. Actually, I still think that private healthcare and education should be illegal everywhere. Those are serious matters. Just as an example, if you have money you can buy yourself a 1 million dollar car while an average person can afford a second hand economic car. Both eventually take u to the same place, just one is more fancy than the other. On the other hand, healthcare and education should be EQUAL for everyone. Elites should actually mingle with the common people in those two areas, cause eventually most of this people end in positions of power. If they grow up surrounded by reality maybe they would act less psychopathically than they do now. And since they wold have no choice, they maybe would assure the public systems works as it should be. It may sound radical and utopian, but given that the current "neoliberalist" and capitalist system is blatantly failing to achieve common wellbeing, radical and utopian measures need to be done. it's not like we have other choices. It isn't only the current corona virus crisis but the following economic crisis, inequality (gender, sexuality, race, poverty...) and more importantly: THE ENVIRONMENT. The current system is crashing and it's not gonna be pretty, but maybe it's the chance to start something new, learn from mistakes and wake the fuck up for once. Again, I may sound utopian but we are fucked if we continue like this. It may be even too late at this point. Society must work together, not compete.
  11. This shit shouldnt be allowed in 2020...
  12. Hopefully this coronavirus crisis will wake people up regarding private health care. All the pressure is falling on the public system while the private washes its hands and tries to make profit out of it charging 300-800 euros to only get tested. Private health care should not only not exist, it should be considered a crime against humanity. Period. Health is a RIGHT, not a business.
  13. There are deaths, rapes and i read thAt even some protestesters have been CRUCIFIED in Police Stations. What the actual fuck Chile
  14. It's horrible what's going on in Chile!! The "so-called" democratic countries should say something and intervene, but fuck, they wouldn't do that in their own countries (for example mine, Spain) what will they do about Chile... Ugly times, very ugly... All my support to THE PEOPLE OF CHILE!
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