Actually I'm suggesting we should do the exact opposite through triage. Then the icu beds go to those with the best chances of survival regardless of if/when they catch the virus.
Chatting to a mate that is a Dr in ER, that's what they'll do. They already had their game plan in place for how to prioritise patients 3 weeks ago, even tho WA only had a couple of confirmed cases at that point.Actually I'm suggesting we should do the exact opposite through triage. Then the icu beds go to those with the best chances of survival regardless of if/when they catch the virus.
First in best dressed is the rational game theory choice without triage.
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been pricing them up after getting the ok from the wife. 180kg weight package that was 568 yesterday is now 640. suddenly 1K for a basic setup is headed towards 1500, 1200 half rack package now 1500. the way things are now they can name their priceNow that gyms are to be shut she is trying to panic buy a squat rack.
Here or in the UK? No cure so it’s not surprising..It's a friend-of-a-friend story, but bear with me.
Friend of ours is a ex-UK citizen, she's hearing stories of elderly patients being ushered off and made comfortable. And there's something like 1 respirator for every 8 patients.
It was enough for her to isolate her deeply autistic son for the duration