DEADLY DRUG COMBO ADMINISTERED TO ELDERLY COVID PATIENTS

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DEADLY DRUG COMBO ADMINISTERED TO ELDERLY COVID PATIENTS – Ongoing Scottish COVID inquiry raised concerns about unnecessary end-of-life protocol 

An ongoing Scottish COVID-19 Inquiry included testimony that raised concerns about the unnecessary administration of end-of-life protocols to COVID-19 patients in care homes — including the use of drugs like midazolam and morphine that may be linked to patient deaths.

The independent inquiry is investigating failures in Scotland’s response to the pandemic and drawing “lessons learned.” It has included testimony from government officials and Scottish citizens affected by the COVID-19 response.

Dr John Campbell shared a video, compiled by an independent researcher, with snippets from several testimonies by people whose elderly family members died while being treated in care homes. Each person reported that their elderly relative was administered an end-of-life protocol when they were still active and only mildly ill. They all subsequently died.

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