Ex-nurse described CDC, AMA Covid protocols as ‘medical murder’

CDC and American Medical Association (AMA) protocols for the treatment of Covid amounted to “medical murder,” said a former nurse who worked on the Covid frontlines during the pandemic.

Gail Macrae, who worked in California as a nurse in June 2021 when her hospital was desperate for more staff, said she noticed during one double shift that the 50 or 60 patients she saw all needed care for a heart attack or stroke. During this period, she also noticed an uptick in “code blue” calls, which means resuscitation or immediate medical help is needed.

“And nine out of 10 times those code blues were to the lower level, down to the clinic, where they were injecting people. And [two of] my colleagues did in fact go into anaphylaxis, after receiving their shots,” Macrae told the Liz Collin Reports podcast on Alpha News.

Macrae worked in hospitals, ICU care, and as a midwife. She worked for Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center in California from 2015 until 2021, when she was fired for refusing to take the Covid injection. Alpha News reported that it reached out to Kaiser Permanente for comment but did not hear back.

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