Taking My Continuing Education Credits to Keep My License…Bunch of BS so far.

Taking a 2 hour credit course on Covid-19. I would say that the information is not only inaccurate, vague and out of date, but also sources are questionable at best. This site literally is using CNN as a source of medical information. Because CNN is not biased and it’s a respected medical journal. What’s next?

So this course (which lots of nurses are taking), teaches us that Covid-19 originated in a “wet market” and passed from bat to cat to human. That’s what they’re saying. I heard Fauci recently admit that it came from a lab. From the words of our new Mengele himself. Plus everyone knew there was a whistleblower who mysteriously died from China. But no, we’re going with the other narrative.

They then detail how China covered up first SARS outbreak HOWEVER, we are going to continue to rely on their ongoing honesty. So we don’t learn anything from China covering up SARS.

The nursing education both claims that the virus is extremely frightening but also has a less than 2% death rate. Further, pretty much everyone who has symptoms will end up with deadly pneumonia and die. Soon. First they have all the other symptoms- many of which I had when I was sick with it- BUT you can count on pneumonia and kidney failure shortly thereafter.

So, I actually have had two chest X-Rays following my illness with Covid-19 and they were both clear. No pneumonia. Also, my kidneys have not failed. Not even close. You know how I can tell? My skin isn’t turning yellow. Kind of a classic sign of kidney failure. Oh and heart attack. Yep, expect that too.

I had COVID-19 last year- more than a year ago. Couple rough weeks including some confusion but I didn’t want to go in unless I was sure it was necessary. I decided if I couldn’t breathe or had symptoms of heart attack, I would go in. Didn’t happen. Since I recovered, I’ve had a full blood work panel and all cardiac enzymes are within normal range. And my kidneys did not fail. And no hepatitis. Or pneumonia.

I sincerely hope that other medical professionals are critically thinking, but I don’t know.

Oh, and also the contradictions within the education are notable as in “stay 3 feet away from people”, “super deadly but rarely kills” and “the only coronaviruses that can infect humans are alpha and beta type. Not the now infamous “delta variant”.

Published by kristinatehrani

Born a first generation American, half Irish Catholic and half Persian Jew, I like to write about a childhood mired in the chaos of never knowing where I stood. The only constants in my life have been reading, writing and a passion for social justice. I am a nurse, a single mother, a domestic abuse survivor, radical feminist and outspoken advocate for logic, public health, gray areas, and purposeful dialogue. I know entirely too much about sociopaths, autism, and medieval British history. I write under a pen name to protect the privacy of my family.

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