I don’t need to repeat the earlier lies about patients dying ‘after’ infections which turned out, always, to have been only contributory factors. You can read about them all in earlier posts here. Just search for ‘infections.’
They lied again this morning and at 1.30 today, they said this:
‘A major inquiry into Scotland’s biggest hospital tries to establish why staff are struggling to control infection outbreaks.’
Remember there were outbreaks of a fungal infection in two wards of a 1 677-bed, 1 109 patient room hospital in February 2019. There have been none reported since.
Are staff struggling? That there have been infections in only two of more than 1 000 places since the opening of the hospital in 2016, suggests otherwise. Further it looks like the choice of the word ‘struggling’ is unique to Reporting Scotland. It does not appear in the BBC Scotland website report nor does it appear in any press reports. We’re reminded of their labelling of NHS Tayside’s oncology department ‘dysfunctional’, when no one else did and, as we now know, stupidly.