Source: Adam Wilson

Covid insanity at hospitals across America continues.  Covid patients are often denied essential human rights including visitation with family/friends, the ability to request life-saving treatments, and neglected by hospital staff.  This week, a Florida family was denied the right to give their dying father Ivermectin after he spent 28 days on a ventilator.  Now, a ‘severely ill’ Covid patient in Minnesota was forced to move across the country to Texas in order to stay alive as the hospital threatened to turn off his ventilator.  The Epoch Times Reports

“A Minnesota man battling COVID-19 has been transferred to a Texas hospital after a judge ruled that he cannot be taken off life support.

Scott Quiner, 55, a father-of-three, contracted COVID-19 in October and was put on a ventilator at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, Minnesota, in November. His wife, Anne Quiner, was reportedly told by doctors that his ventilator would be switched off on Jan. 13 after he suffered lung failure.

According to Fox 9, Quiner, who is unvaccinated, was put on a ventilator after his oxygen levels dropped drastically.

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Anne Quiner sought a restraining order from Anoka County court, claiming that Allina Health, which operates Mercy Hospital, told her that her husband’s life support would be turned off.

She wrote in a petition that “my husband will die,” without a judge’s decision.

“I have advised the doctors that I vehemently disagree with this action and do not want my husband’s ventilator turned off,” she said, the Star Tribune reported citing court papers.

She was granted a temporary restraining order against the hospital on Jan. 13. The order blocked the hospital from switching off Quiner’s ventilator while his wife found a new hospital to treat him.

Quiner’s family lawyer, Marjorie J. Holsten, told ABC News in a statement on Monday that Quiner was relocated to a Texas hospital, where he remains on a ventilator.

Holsten separately told the Star Tribune that Quiner’s doctor said that he was “the most undernourished patient he has ever seen.”