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Colorado Governor Jared Polis Issues Executive Order to Deny Unvaccinated Patients Medical Treatment


Nearly 80% of eligible Coloradoans have received at least one dose of the experimental COVID-19 injections.

Despite the high vaccination rate, Colorado is suffering its worst outbreak since this past winter.

In response, Colorado Governor Jared Polis (D) has issued an executive order that allows hospitals and emergency rooms to prioritize medical care.

By reading the EO’s language, it’s clear that medical treatment is prioritized for vaccinated individuals.

It’s a tyrannical attempt to discriminate against those who refused the experimental injections for whatever reason.

That shouldn’t matter.

Prioritizing medical care by vaccination status qualifies as discrimination and a human rights violation.

Coloradoans should immediately demand a new governor.

Here’s the latest:

NBC News reported:

Hospitals in Colorado are being allowed to turn away patients as the state experiences its worst Covid surge in a year.

An order signed Sunday by Gov. Jared Polis gives health care professionals the authority to prioritize crisis care under the direction of the state health department.

While the state has a nearly 80 percent partial vaccination rate, unvaccinated people with severe Covid-19 are overwhelming hospitals, many of which reported being over 90 percent capacity, according to Scott Bookman, Covid-19 incident commander for the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.

“If you are unvaccinated, a regular trip to the grocery store, a night out to dinner are more dangerous than they have been at any point during this pandemic,” Polis said Monday in Covid-19 update. “The delta variant is brutally effective at seeking out the unvaccinated, like a laser-guided missile.”

A total of 1,358 Covid patients were hospitalized across Colorado on Wednesday, almost a 50 percent increase from the 909 Covid patients hospitalized on Oct. 3, according to the state’s Covid-19 dashboard.

Covid hospitalization rates have been steadily growing since a summer low in Colorado, with 455 reported at the start of August. Polis said the state has the fifth-highest number of Covid cases in the country.

Read the language of the mainstream media report and how they fool people with misleading statistics.

The article states Colorado has a “nearly 80 percent partial vaccination rate.”

Then, it comments that “unvaccinated people with severe COVID-19 are overwhelming hospitals.”

By the CDC’s definition, partially vaccinated people still get labeled as unvaccinated.

What’s the real number of hospitalized patients who received zero COVID-19 injections?

We won’t know since the medical establishment won’t be honest with their statistics.

And I have another question for the Colorado healthcare authorities.

Are COVID-19 patients receiving the proper treatments, such as HCQ or Ivermectin?

I think that’s a legitimate question to ask medical staffs across the state.

Instead, the tyrannical governor has resorted to medical discrimination and human rights violations.

Becker News shared the EO’s discriminatory language:

The executive order’s language is clear: It authorizes discrimination against those who are not vaccinated for Covid-19.

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“Pursuant to the authority vested in the Governor of the State of Colorado and, in particular, pursuant to Article IV, Section 2 of the Colorado Constitution and the relevant portions of the Colorado Disaster Emergency Act, C.R.S. § 24-33.5-701, et seq., including C.R.S. § 24-33.5-704.5(1)(e)(II), I, Jared Polis, Governor of the State of Colorado, hereby issue this Executive Order authorizing the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) to order hospitals and freestanding emergency departments to transfer or cease the admission of patients to respond to the current disaster emergency due to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Colorado.”

“My administration, along with other State, local, and federal authorities, has taken a wide array of actions to mitigate the effects of the pandemic, prevent further spread, and protect against overwhelming our health care resources,” the executive order adds. “Despite significant progress, there has been an increase in COVID-19 cases, largely due to the highly contagious Delta variant and the 20% of Coloradans who have yet to get the highly effective, safe vaccine. As a result, the number of persons seeking medical treatment at hospitals may exceed the capacity of any given hospital. The State faced this same scenario in November 2020, when I first issued this Executive Order.”

Thus, there has not been “significant progress” despite mass vaccination for Covid-19. The vaccines did not stop the spread of the virus. A 70% vaccination rate with a shot that stops transmission is widely considered sufficient to slow or stop pandemics.

But as we’ve known for months, the COVID-19 injections don’t prevent transmission of the virus.

Thus, the only reason for issuing this executive order is to embolden healthcare facilities to turn away unvaccinated patients.

Medical discrimination.


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