Why we aren’t seeing the carnage

*So the Trump admin blocks news orgs stories on Covid hospitalizations, figures*

APPLE VALLEY, CALIFORNIA – DECEMBER 23: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY) A patient lies on a stretcher in the hallway of the overloaded Emergency Room at Providence St. Mary Medical Center amid a surge in COVID-19 patients in Southern California on December 23, 2020 in Apple Valley, California. The 213 bed capacity hospital in San Bernardino County is currently treating at least 140 COVID 19-positive inpatients while operating at approximately 250 percent of ICU capacity. Southern California remains at zero percent of its ICU (Intensive Care Unit) bed capacity amid the spike in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

I’ve wondered why we haven’t seen much footage of COVID in hospitals. I certainly understand why they would be required to blur faces of people who can’t or don’t want to give consent. But we see much more images of warzones than we have seen of the horror that’s

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