Vaccine anxiety counseling enrolls men, women, in huge numbers
“Numbers of contacts seeking needle-anxiety-therapy are picking up radically in Africa, Asia, as well as in countries like Canada, Mexico, Brazil and the United States,” explains Geraldine Frisque of The RINJ Foundation.
The RINJ Women are offering to anyone in the world, “free online counseling for vaccine hesitancy, or needle anxiety, or any phobia that is jeopardizing a patient’s health by scaring them away from COVID-19 vaccination,” explains, Dr. Nassima al Amouri who is presently visiting with her colleagues in Jordan doing medical directive updates.
“RINJ Women facilities in South Sudan, Uganda, and in South East Asia are now expanding the available languages for counseling persons suffering from needle anxiety or any vaccine hesitancy. Now that there have been billions of jabs issued, we know the vaccines are safe and can now start helping people with anxiety disorders. That may amount to some 20% of the world population. We can help and have been very successful thus far. There is no reason why an anxiety disorder or phobia should take another life because patients ignore their own health care needs out of fear of doctors, needles or vaccines,” Ms. Frisque added.
To read more about the women’s offer of needle anxiety & vaccine hesitancy free counseling, visit: Free Vaccine hesitancy plus needle anxiety counseling available in more African and Asian languages – RINJ.
“Somebody said to the boss today that Omicron is not fatal. I can’t believe people still believe that nonsense. She told them to go to any hospital in the world and see what is happening,” Ms. Frisque added.
“Any hospital in the world is overloaded, and that is a staggering reality right now,” she said.
“The United States has a reported, confirmed 19,153,533 active cases, people who are sick right now, and that is estimated to be about only 30% of the real number because of people doing self-testing that is not reported,” said Ms. Frisque
“There is significant pressure on our health system,” the premier of Australia‘s Victoria state, Daniel Andrews, told a press conference, adding that about 4,000 hospitals and 400 Emergency Medical Services staffers in his Australian state, were isolating due to being infected.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is reporting that, “The strain on the Canadian [health care] system was foreseen. For example, Frances Woolley, an economist at Carleton University in Ottawa, predicted that COVID-19 would expose the fragility of the system back in March 2020. As Woolley wrote, Canada has the second-lowest number of acute care beds per capita among countries in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and nearly all of those beds tend to be filled.”
In the United States, the number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients is approaching 135K at the time of publication. That number is already a record-breaker.
“Unvaccinated persons are 92% sufferers of mental health disorders and are quite vulnerable. 6% Are just lazy or stupid and 2% are criminals who will eventually get vaccinated like Donald Trump did, when you are not looking,” comments nurse Gracie Edwards in Kandahar, Afghanistan via SatPhone.
According to RINJ Women who are prolific in difficult regions to reach with health care, particularly vaccines, “Unvaccinated persons are 92% sufferers of mental health disorders and are quite vulnerable,” they say on their recent announcement of vaccination counseling and free jabs in Puti, Budaka, Bukedea, Kumi, Kamacha regions of Uganda.
“People who promote conspiracy theories are criminals,” they say, “criminals who like any murderer kills people or disrespects their rights, but in a different way than from what horror or law-breaker movies present. Like the entire universe of criminal humans, antivaxxer predators who stalk the mentally unhealthy, occupy a community of 2% of the global population. Beware of criminals and what wrongful things they say.”
USA COVID-19 Data for January 18, 2022. America has exceeded over 61 million reported cumulative case sums and 44.65 % of global ‘active’ cases (19,153,533 USA (incl. territories) / 42,900,730 Global), people infected with COVID-19 now.
Here are the reported and estimated United States data for 2022-01-18 EST.
|All USA||Sum of Cases||Deaths||Recovered||Active|
See also IHME Estimates for America.
France COVID-19 Data for January 18, 2022
Hospitals in France are being slammed slammed by Omicron and antivaxxers.
Continental France data & overseas regional data are isolated in this report.
Visit France Active Cases Page
Official data from France includes some of its overseas regions but not all. CSPaC data in all reports looks at France as the European continental nation alone and reports all France overseas regions as individual locales.
France and its overseas regions are reported individually.
Officially France reports include the overseas regions of (current cases counts follow each locale) French Guiana(69381), Guadeloupe(73959), Martinique(59583), Mayotte(34555) and Réunion(102216), plus Saint Barthelémy(1603) and Saint Martin(7713) but those are reported individually here.
To facilitate more granular analysis of COVID-19 spread and SARS2 virus activity, in each locale, in a regional context, those overseas France regional data are removed in this report by CSPaC.
New Caledonia(13829), French Polynesia(47132), Saint Pierre and Miquelon(494) and Wallis and Futuna(454) are not included in France's offical reports nor are they included in the European continental France data listing in the CSPAC watchlist, the CSPaC ranking of local active cases and here at the CSPaC main report.
Total confirmed cases for continental France as well as its total COVID-19 death data include information from both hospital and nursing homes. Evaluating each of these locales on their own alleviates some incorrect perceptions of these data.
|Saint Pierre Miquelon||494||0||240||254|
|Wallis and Futuna||454||7||438||9|
|France plus all regions||14,336,437||128,188||11,436,731||2,771,518|