This is not the first time in history that our world has experienced drought, floods, wild fires, a worldwide life-threatening disease, or a war that affected the entire world, but not all at the same time.
We have watched friends die prematurely from health problems that our health care system had the knowledge to cure or repair but because the total health care system was short staffed and partially burnt out due to the tremendous strain placed on it from more than two years of dealing with covid diseases.
This situation has led to some beds in hospitals being . . .
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