As of January 30, 2021, the Gibraltar death toll is 73 (Worldometer)
These three further deaths were recorded on Jan. 29, reported The Gibraltar Chronicle.
Three more deaths; and some 14 people had died in the last week alone from Covid-related causes, bringing the death toll since the start of the pandemic to 73.
All but seven of those people died since the start of the year. January, Mr Picardo said, had proved to be “…the coldest, cruellest and deadliest month in the past one hundred years of our collective history as a people.”
Well T.H.E.Y. (The Hierarchy Enslaving You) did inform the world, in advance, that this would be a DARK WINTER.
Picardo: “There is no other way to describe that death toll.”
Yes, there is another way to describe it – murder & genocide come to mind.
Mr Picardo announced that he will bring a motion to Parliament for a permanent monument to those who died during the pandemic, repeating too an earlier commitment to hold a multi-denominational service in their memory.
Maybe the family, friends, residents would rather the money for a “ritual” monument go toward and investigation or Nuremberg-type trial.
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Isn't it interesting how the deaths don't even make the headline of the Chronicle article, but mixed in with everything else that Picardo wants Gibraltar to focus on? There will probably be headlines coming about the memorial for The Rock to focus on.
Remember your dead not by statues but by seeking Truth and Justice.
Mr Picardo said the inquiry into the handling of the pandemic would help establish how the virus entered ERS facilities, but stressed this was not about apportioning blame.
He had nothing but fulsome praise for the staff at ERS, who he said had put themselves at great risk” to care for the most vulnerable in this community, and had gone “above and beyond” what was expected of them.
“Their efforts have been extraordinary at every level,” the Chief Minister said.
It’s encouraging (for now) – that Picardo isn’t placing the blame on the ERS facilities and their staff, because that liability-claim game is being tried in New York to deflect blame off the governor and his policies in a larger debacle happening there.
"The state Health Department issued its own internal report which claimed its nursing home order was not the cause of deaths of nursing home residents."
"The report claimed that infected nursing home staffers and family/visitors unknowingly spread the virus to the frail and elderly residents. Critics panned the report as self-serving and incomplete."
Vaccine companies are mostly protected from legal-suits, but in the "sue-game", the attorney-rule is to throw the blame on everyone and see where it sticks. Plus, the UK is already addressing clinical negligence – Covid-related deaths in care homes in England jump by 46% | Coronavirus | The Guardian