Swedish Medical Professionals Expose Coronavirus Directives for the Elderly: ‘Basically Kill the Patients’ (watch)
“Courage is contagious. When a brave man takes a stand, the spines of others are often stiffened.”
– Billy Graham
Swedish Doctor Jon Tallinger has been dubbed “Dr. Whistleblower” for exposing a government directive (translated here) sent to physicians instructing them not to refer elderly patients with the coronavirus to the hospital for intensive care or potential life-saving oxygen. Since his exclusive interview with RAIR Foundation USA, another brave medical worker has stepped forward to share her personal account of how Sweden’s coronavirus directives for “elderly” patients is effectively killing them.
In the following RAIR interviews, Doctor Tallinger speaks with Latifa Löfvenberg, a registered nurse working in a government-funded nursing home in Gävleborg, Sweden. Nurse Löfvenberg reveals that coronavirus patients over 65 years-old struggling with breathing difficulties are in fact being denied life-saving oxygen. Instead, Löfvenberg explains, she has been instructed to administer Morphine and a muscle relaxer, Midazolam, which helps relieve anxiety while the patients slowly suffocate, sometimes taking days to die.