By Theodore Shoebat
Still so many people are saying that this is overblown, but yet there are nearly 40,000 medical employees with coronavirus. Such an outbreak, which has killed over 65,000 Americans in six weeks, is being left with the indifference of so many people, which is quite sad. According to the AP:
In Spain, a huge field hospital that symbolized the country’s desperate battle against the virus held a ceremonial closing. Dozens of health workers shouted “Public Health!” and “We Want Tests!”
Nearly 40,000 Spanish health workers have contracted the virus, in part because of a scarcity of tests and protective clothing that forced many doctors and nurses to make suits out of garbage bags and other everyday products.
May Day labor protests started in the 19th century in the United States, where this week the number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits surpassed a staggering 30 million — and joblessness in April could hit numbers not seen since the Great Depression of the 1930s.