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This Is What Happens When You Inject Health Staff and the Population With a Lethal Phase 3 Medical Experiment and Call It a “Vaxxine”

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This is what happens when you inject Health staff and the population with a lethal phase 3 medical Experiment and call it a “vaccine”

Ambulance shortages are now being reported across many states, not just Queensland that said 100 calls in just a single night for an ambulance due to heart problems went unanswered

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More than 100 Sydney patients left waiting for four available ambulances this week, union says

Australian Paramedics Association says demand dramatically outstripping availability as it announces month-long industrial action over staff shortages

More than 100 Sydney patients were left waiting this week for just four available ambulances, the New South Wales paramedic union has said as it announced month-long industrial action in protest at widespread staff shortages.

On Tuesday “status three” – an alert that demand is outstripping availability, with ambulance managers and educators called in – was declared in the city, according to the Australian Paramedics Association (NSW). Eight days earlier it was declared with just one ambulance free and 104 patients waiting.

“Status three is happening several times a week at this stage and in some days, several times a day,” said the APA’s assistant secretary, Alan O’Riordan. “Ambulances used to panic about status one, and now status three is quite a normal occurrence.”

Staff shortages have had a significant impact on patient care and contributed to increased fatigue among paramedics, the union says. It is calling for 1,500 additional paramedics and a pay increase.

From Thursday until 18 May it has introduced a ban on staff movements between stations, including splitting crews and shuffling paramedics to fill roster gaps.

“We’re fighting for a better service, for ourselves and our communities,” O’Riordan said. “The government needs to step up and make some firm commitments in the budget to meet the asks of frontline workers.”

According to an internal APA survey, seen by Guardian Australia:

35% of paramedics reported attending to a patient who was negatively impacted by extended response times;

60% of paramedics reported completing shifts of 15 hours or longer;

80% of paramedics reported feeling too fatigued to drive home safely, with 28% saying this happened “often”.

“This isn’t anything new,” O’Riordan said. “This is an ongoing situation of a service that’s in crisis. It’s been going on long before Covid.

“This isn’t anything new,” O’Riordan said. “This is an ongoing situation of a service that’s in crisis. It’s been going on long before Covid.

“Paramedics going the extra mile – and that’s what’s keeping the service afloat at this moment because there really is such a lack of investment.”

According to the Productivity Commission’s 2022 report on government services, average ambulance response time in NSW increased from 10.7 minutes in 2011-12 to 12.3 minutes in 2020-21.

A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said: “Since 2011, the NSW government has invested more than $9bn in NSW Ambulance, including $1.4bn in the 2021-22 budget. This included $214m for a new state operations centre at Sydney Olympic Park.

“Already this year nearly 300 new paramedics have been deployed across the state with another class of 30 new paramedics currently being inducted alongside 14 qualified paramedics who have come to NSW Ambulance from interstate or overseas.”

O’Riordan said the increase in staff had not kept up with the growth in demand for services. “Five years of worsening response times has shown that these announcements have done very little,” he said.

He called on the NSW government to provide extra support to ambulance services: “Morale is at its lowest ever and goodwill alone is not going to keep propping things up. Unless you come to the table and help us, this service will collapse.”


Resources: https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2022/apr/21/more-than-100-sydney-patients-left-waiting-for-four-available-ambulances-this-week-union-says

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