Caroline Machiraju interviewed Scott Gilbert of Penn State Health and Maggi Barton, Deputy Press Secretary at Pa DOH to get answers about the severity of COVID cases affecting children in Pennsylvania.
Machiraju’s findings contradict a recent PennLive.com report suggesting that hospitals are overrun with children suffering from COVID, and calls into question the justification of Governor Wolf to mandate masks for students in Pennsylvania.
“Most children recover at home,” said Scott Gilbert of Penn State Health.
Three children are diagnosed with COVID-19 at Penn State Health Children’s Hospital in Hershey, compared with zero pediatric COVID patients at Penn State Health Holy Spirit Medical Center and Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center.
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In January, Pennsylvania democrats refused to release information about their infected staffer, and misled media outlets that are reporting March 16 was the first known COVID-19 exposure at the Capitol.
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“HOW DARE YOU!”
On behalf of Pennsylvania democrats, State Rep. Brian Sims emotionally called Dr. Levine “one of the most qualified people in this country to deal with COVID-19”
“I will not be tested, I will not be traced, and I will not be vaccinated as a prerequisite for any activity.”
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With no guidance from state officials who refuse to test all residents at the facility, the coroners office is now questioning if the DOH is really acting in the best interest of all Pennsylvanians.
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In a formal whistle-blower complaint, it’s been alleged that since 2017 the doctor has been protesting “cronyism and award of contracts to companies with political connections to the administration,” including a drug company executive who is close to Jared Kushner, Mr. Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser.
One attendee who was interviewed shut the reporter down when he suggested that the protest wasn’t about the rights of Pennsylvanians, but was perhaps a rally to support President Trump. The reporter pressed into the partisan divide by alluding to “most Republicans.”