The pitiful and warped psychology of anti-vaxxers, page-79

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    No probably not normal for a back surgeon to deal with COVID patients but where do you think they put the patient once the surgery is done? ICU?
    I imagine they would have to have enough critical care beds, and the relevant number of staff, to care for these patients and rehabilitate them after surgery.
    I'm not a medical expert but I would have thought most major surgery requires intensive care afterwards. Even if not they would still need to allow for adverse outcomes post surgery.
 
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