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Williamson County on Verge of Disaster—Hospitalization rate reaches 0.01%
The hospitals are bursting at the seams in Williamson County.
County Judge Bill Gravell, who looks like someone you wouldn’t let your kids vist unsupervised, has cautioned against acting normal amidst the “virus surge” that is acting as a stress-test on our healthcare workers, who are currently struggling to take the temperatures of all 109 Covid patients and still coordinate TikTok dance videos.
“It has never been more crucial for us as a community to reduce the spread of this virus,” said County Judge Bill Gravell.
Region O’s hospitalization rate reportedly surpassed 15 percent on Jan. 3 and has increased since then. A rollback has not been mandated yet, but the county anticipates the measure due to the increase in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Williamson County has a population of about 590,500.
70% of them are in the hospital with coldvid-19 right now.
It’s 109 people total.
0.01% are in the hospital with coldvid.
Ok, I lied.
I have to come clean.
It’s closer to 0.02% if you do proper rounding.
This is serious.
Georgetown, Leander, Taylor, Round Rock, have all been wiped off the map.
Only 0.02% of the population of Williamson County is still alive.
That’s another mistake.
It’s 0.02% are “pandemicking.”
0.02% of the population of Williamson County are in the hospital with coldvid.
They are no doubt testing every person who enters the hospital looking for it.
“Please wear a mask, watch your distance around people outside your household, and wash your hands frequently. This is the best way to keep ourselves and our family members safe and reduce the number of people being hospitalized daily.”
This is the best way to reduce the numbers?
Ackshually, the best way to reduce the numbers would be for this judge to “go away,” and for someone to fill his spot and tell everyone to stop getting tested.
This is all so fake.
People act as if nobody died before 2020. It’s implied in the way they talk about it.
“Ya lady, I know…you know someone who died. So sorry. My grandma died, too. It was very sad. Except not really because I’m a Christian. That was 2015. She was old AF, just like the rest of these Covid fatalities.”
According to Abbott’s order, businesses that have been required to roll back to a 50 percent occupancy limit may return to 75 percent occupancy when the TSA hospitalization rate for COVID-19 returns to below 15 percent for seven consecutive days.
Those poor nurses. Must be tough doing your job in the middle of a pandemic, much less during a SURGE of 109 people.
How many nurses are having to take care of these 109 people?
3,336 nurses for 109 Covid patients.
It’s like a gosh darn war zone.