April 2021 my dad admitted to ⁦@UCLAHealth⁩ ⁦@dgsomucla⁩ for sepsis & died 2 months later. Tried to visit fully vaxxed, masked & not sick but they sent security to arrest me b/c my mom had visited earlier. One less chance to see my dad alive. One of many COVID crimes.

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It was ONLY because I personally knew the Dean & Chair of Medicine & Head of Hospital that I was finally allowed in to see dad. What about everyone else without connections and ability to fight. How many people’s relatives died alone and in fear?
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When we tell these stories of COVID crimes, we tell them so that we hold people accountable and learn valuable lessons so this never ever happens again. Anywhere. The tragedies they needlessly and senselessly caused in response to COVID were the TRUE pandemic. Learning loss…
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…depression, physical deconditioning, job loss, economic harm, loss of friendships, loss of communities, polarization of society, and loss of so many freedoms. Can never forget and never forgive. Let’s at least learn from these mistakes and begin the healing process.
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Dr. H, that is awful. My condolences on the loss of your father. Stefan
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Thank you. Inexcusable behavior that hospitals continue to this day in the name of an elusive/impossible zero COVID policy.
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Love UCLA & there are so many great docs there but this is so hard to watch. Following an insane policy for the sake of it & forgetting about the impact on a son who’s simply trying to visit his ailing dad ☹️.
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