NYC hospital workers wear trash bags

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In the city that was first to touch the sky.

NYC is very badly managed under the tyranny of the the corrupt, failed Democrats. It is a failure. It’s one thing on auto pilot, it’s another when the city is challenged. And this is a serious challenge. The low ICU bed count is a result of poor planning and wasted public funds on nonsensical PC projects.

New York is the highest tax state, the worst governance.

Related: NYC Health Commissioner Oxiris Barbot Mocked Coronavirus Fears in February — Today NYC Leads Nation in Most Cases and Most Deaths

Nurse at NYC hospital where workers were forced to wear trash bags dies of coronavirus

Metro, March 26, 2020:

A nurse working at a New York City hospital where workers were forced to wear ‘protective’ trash bags due to depleted supplies has died of the coronavirus. Mount Sinai West nursing manager Kious Jordan Kelly, 48, died Tuesday night after contracting the Covid-19, the official name of the new strain of coronavirus, on March 17, He reportedly had ‘severe asthma’ but was otherwise healthy, according to family members.

Assistant Nursing Manager at Mount Sinai West Hospital in New York City Kelly Kious, 48, died amid claims that the hospital is out of protective gear, including gowns as nurses were pictured wearing trash bags. (Picture: Facebook) Kelly’s death comes after shocking photos were shared on social media that shows three nurses at Mount Sinai West wearing large, black trash bags that had been repurposed into makeshift protective gear amid claims that the hospital is out of gowns.

NO MORE GOWNS IN THE WHOLE HOSPITAL,’ the caption on the post reads, which also shows one of the nurses holding an open box of Hefty ‘Strong’ 33-gallon garbage bags. ‘NO MORE MASKS AND REUSING THE DISPOSABLE ONES… NURSES FIGURING IT OUT DURING THE COVID-19 CRISIS,’ the post continues.

On Wednesday, workers at Mt Sinai West blamed Kelly’s death on the lack of critical supplies at the hospital, which has been overrun with coronavirus cases like many medical centers across the state. ‘Kious didn’t deserve this. The hospital should be held responsible. The hospital killed him,’ one nurse told The New York Post.

Another worker said the hospital had ‘issues with supplies for about a year now,’ and even got ‘to the point where we had to hide our own supplies and go to other units looking for stuff because even the supply room would have nothing most of the times.’

‘But when we started getting Covid patients it became critical,’ the worker continued. Nurses at the hospital said they have been forced to use the same PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) while the treat infected and non-infected patients, so they began wearing trash bags to slow the spread of the outbreak within the hospital

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