Updated: May 22, 2022
This article is the first of a two-part series to help you and your loved ones during hospital stays and to give you information to make your health decisions. The second part is: "Down the Rabbit Hole to The Truth"
In this article we will cover:
Part 1 How to Protect You and Your Family While In the Hospital
How to protect yourself and your loved ones from being harmed in the hospital
Where to find this information.
Anytime you and your family go to the hospital it's a stressful time and now in today's world, it can be a very dangerous time.
In Part 1, I will give you information as to what you need to protect yourself and your family if you need to go into the hospital.
My personal goal is to stay out of the hospital if at all possible and not allow testing or for them to put me on a ventilator or give me remdesivir*. Take the time to decide these things for yourself so that you can be prepared for an emergency visit to the hospital. It's always important to keep your immune system strong, take good supplements, get plenty of fresh air, sunshine, and exercise; if you haven't been taking care of yourself, it's now time-no more excuses, flu season is upon us.
"If a person has mild-to-moderate symptoms of COVID-19, a doctor will likely recommend they isolate at home, rest, and use over-the-counter medication to relieve pain, fever, and a cough." From Medical News Today. This doesn't sound like good advice for a dangerous "pandemic" virus, but more like the advice given for the common cold or flu.
1-Print and fill out the "Directive to Physicians and Family" and have it notarized. Do this as soon as possible. This will protect you during your hospital stay or visit and is VERY IMPORTANT to have for each family member. Carry this directive with you.
Print, read, fill out, and have notarized as soon as possible.
2-There are certain protocols that the hospital is using that are dangerous, so it is imperative that you print out the following for proof that other protocols can be prescribed by your physician and hospital. The explanation as to why will be explained below.
Print this out, read and reference the highlighted information.
3-Vaccine exemption card:
4-Mask Exemption Card:
*More information about remdesivir and more; see the article "Down the Rabbit Hole to The Truth".