Triage: Why vaccinated people do not have an advantage anywhere – and in which country the elderly are deliberately disadvantaged
Nobody wants it – but the whole world has to be prepared for the fact that it could soon become a reality in the crowded hospitals: triage. Not all of our neighboring countries make decisions based on the same criteria.
Classify patients according to the severity of their suffering and then decide who will be rescued and who will not: That was what the Prussian armies did in the 18th century. In the two world wars, the so-called “triage” was part of everyday life in the field hospitals at the front.