Tuesday, June 29
It was Tuesday around noon when I got to talk to Daniel. I made sure to memorize his phone number. I was talking on Rosita’s phone, and a doctor arrived at the door with an entourage of nurses. He demanded (by shouting into the room from the door in ENG) to get off the phone! I kept talking while looking at him, I think I said something about getting off to Daniel, but I did not hang up immediately because I was astounded at the doctor’s behavior. He kept yelling to get off the phone, or he would have to intubate me! I asked, ¨are you threatening me?¨ He said my oxygen levels were deficient, so I could not be talking on the phone! He was literally stamping his foot in a fury! Now, think back to what I already wrote — I was surrounded by people talking on their phones whenever they wanted, and some were in worse condition than I was! This incident added to my misgivings about the hospital. I had never been treated this way.
I told Daniel that I wanted to get out of this hospital and go to CIMA — that this place was strange.
I spent the day sleeping and sometimes talking with the other patients. Jose was not recovering, and they transferred him out. Another man (I will call him Zappo because he looked like a frog) was admitted. This man constantly talked like he was on speed. I could not understand much of what he said, but he kept talking to everyone. I noticed he did not wear a mask and was not connected to oxygen. He walked freely around the room. He appeared not to be sick. I never heard him cough. I immediately felt a distrust of him. I openly asked him in Spanish what he was doing here since he appeared not to be sick, but he did not answer.
The nurses turned on the large TV in the evening, and I tried to sleep, but Zappo kept talking all evening. The nurse had given Zappo the remote, and he wanted to watch the news and violent novellas all night. So, about 10:00 p.m. — the nurses had turned off the room lights, and most everyone else was asleep — I asked Zappo to turn off the TV. He said no. So, I began to take my finger pulse monitor on and off so that the alarm would get a nurse into the room. This Zappo guy walked over to my bed and said I should stop doing that, or they would think we were having sex! I knew he was strange, and I became a bit afraid. I realized how vulnerable I was. I knew I had to talk to the doctors about this situation. How was I going to recover when I could not get good rest? Why would they have a man who was not sick walking around the room? How could they have a TV on all night in a room of COVID patients? Nothing was making sense.
On this night, when the nurses finally did come in and turn off the TV, I ¨glitched¨ again and fell into the next subscription titled the No.No. House. In this scenario, you chose your weapon and the house’s configuration, and you had to evade some soldiers and try to kill them in return. I just wanted to sleep, but instead, I woke myself up. I saw that everyone was asleep except me. I noticed that the monitors for beds no.98 and no.99 were working overtime, making beeps and clicks, and the lights on top were flickering in tandem with Tina’s monitor next to me. She was making moans and noises like she was having sex. Again, I was like — what the hell is this? The other monitors seemed to be doing things to Tina through her monitor.
I fell asleep and, in the morning, awoke in a complete sweat again.
Sequence Detail: Patient Monitors
8:00 p.m. Nurses dispense night medicine. Patients begin to get sleepy. 8:30 p.m.: Patient Monitor №100 begins a melodic relaxing chiming with the light at the top flickering in tandem. Everyone drifts off to sleep.
After approximately 20 minutes, a countdown chime starts for about 30 minutes. Then there are answering beeps and clicks with the patient Monitors №98 and 99. My impression is that they were communicating with each other and linking up. The monitors all link up with patient Monitor №95, and after a few minutes, the patient in that bed responds with moaning and groaning. The patients in beds №98, №99, and №97 begin making grunts, groans, and mumbling yes, nice — all very sexual. №96 — my bed is not communicating with the other monitors with beeps and clicks (because I am awake?); however, when I take off the finger pulse monitor and unattached myself, it disrupts the link between all of the monitors. I discovered this days later. There is also another particular aspect of patient monitors. When the sequence is over, they make beeps that sound like words. At first, I thought they sounded like ¨You Cannot Save Us. ¨ But, by the second night, I was sure the words were ¨You Cannot Stop Us. ¨ ¨No, You Can’t ¨. The sequence repeats itself eight times during the night — with each sequence lasting about an hour. It all stops by 4:30 a.m. (8 hours later) when the morning nurses clean the patients and their beds to begin the day.
I will explain; I knew when I was asleep and seeing things in some program and when I was awake and seeing things in reality. I could tell the difference. What I saw when I woke up was real, and I tested it by talking the next day with Leo and Rosita. They both complained about the constant chiming of the monitors for no apparent reason. Neither one remembered though anything from when they slept.
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6/29/21, 7:27 a.m. — Maria: Hi Daniel. Good Morning. Talk to the nurse and make an appointment for the Dr. to call me and also give her phone # in case they call you, her name is Dr. Rico. I do not know if the Dra speaks English and I suggested that it better to me and then tell you by Whatsapp and you pass it by English. She doesn’t want to inject any medicine. And that is very dangerous, you can even die.
6/29/21, 7:29 a.m. — Maria: They told me that she is very delicate.
6/29/21, 7:48 a.m. — Maria: She wants to go to Cima Hospital, please answer me.
6/29/21, 7:27 a.m. — Maria: Missed voice call
6/29/21, 7:44 a.m. — Maria: Missed voice call
6/29/21, 7:46 a.m. — Maria: Missed voice call
6/29/21, 8:01 AM — D: Hi Maria
6/29/21, 8:04 a.m. — Maria: Please translate what I wrote you into English and answer me. 6/29/21, 8:08 a.m. — D: Ok, I understand that I need to speak to the nurse. And that my mother wants to go to CIMA.
6/29/21, 8:11 a.m. — Maria: It’s very important. You can call CIMA to take care of the transfer and give the card #.
6/29/21, 8:20 a.m. — Maria: Answer.
6/29/21, 8:34 a.m. — Maria: Daniel already contacted the ambulance for the transfer to the CIMA hospital. CIMA # XXXX-XXXX.
6/29/21, 8:35 a.m. — Maria: I can help you with this but I need authorization to use a card. Answer please.
6/29/21, 8:36 a.m. — D: Ok, thanks Maria, you have my authorization. What card do you need? 6/29/21, 8:38 a.m. — Maria: The one on credit to pay for the ambulance to transport your mother
6/29/21, 8:39 a.m. — D: Ok, here’s the card number:
6/29/21, 8:41 a.m. — Maria: Will you have enough funds to pay?
6/29/21, 8:42 a.m. — D: Yes
6/29/21, 8:42 a.m. — D: I give you full authorization for you to use this card to move Mom. 6/29/21, 8:47 a.m. — Maria: Daniel, Alex my son is going to be the laps because I can’t go out, he is trustworthy.
6/29/21, 8:49 a.m. — D: Ok, thanks Maria
6/29/21, 8:50 a.m. — Maria: Can you give the card to Alex?
6/29/21, 9:22 a.m. — Maria: Missed voice call
6/29/21, 9:28 a.m. — D: Yes I understand
6/29/21, 9:28 a.m. — Maria: Before I call you on the phone and you don’t answer.
6/29/21, 9:29 a.m. — Maria: She does not accept medication and if she continues like this, the worst is likely to happen.
6/29/21, 9:30 a.m. — D: I was sitting here with the phone after using the bathroom.
6/29/21, 9:30 a.m. — Maria: Be aware that Dr. is going to call you.
6/29/21, 9:30 a.m. — D: I understand. I will talk to the doctor
6/29/21, 9:31 AM — Maria: Dr. Rico.
6/29/21, 9:31 a.m. — D: ok perfect
6/29/21, 9:40 a.m. — Maria: Daniel please be reasonable. She was examined and if she has covid, not the isolate but blood.
6/29/21, 9:45 a.m. — D: Ok of course. We’ll see what the doctor says. Thanks.
6/29/21, 10:46 a.m. — Maria: Tell me when I call you Please.
6/29/21, 10:49 AM — D: Okay, no problem
6/29/21, 12:04 p.m. — Maria: Have you been able to talk to your mom?
6/29/21, 12:08 p.m. — Maria: Just so you know the card was not used.
6/29/21, 12:09 p.m. — D: Yes, I just spoke to her. I’m still waiting for the doctor to call me. 6/29/21, 12:10 p.m. — Maria: What does she say?
6/29/21, 12:16 p.m. — D: My mother says she wants to leave the hospital. I told her that I am working with the doctor to try to make this happen. We are at the mercy of this doctor at this time.
6/29/21, 12:18 p.m. — Maria: No, I already tried, but by protocol they can’t let her out. What she has is to let herself be given the medications.
6/29/21, 12:23 p.m. — D: I understand the situation. I’m looking forward to speaking with the doctor so we can move on.
6/29/21, 12:32 p.m. — Maria: Your mom is in a 6 person cubicle and the phone there is xxxx-xxxx bed # 96
6/29/21, 12:37 p.m. — D: Ok, thanks Maria. I told the nurse that I needed the doctor to call me. So we are waiting for this call.
6/29/21, 2:51 p.m. — Maria: I think you have to call very early like 7 a.m. and it’s easier.
6/29/21, 2:53 p.m. — D: Yes I agree. I hope I have better luck tomorrow morning.
6/29/21, 4:02 p.m. — Maria: This message was deleted
6/29/21, 6:01 p.m. — Maria: Daniel Hi. I just called a Mr. Baron from The Hospital and tomorrow in the course of the day I imagine tomorrow morning to be ready a video call will be made. between you me and the medical corps. it is good and the American Embassy is acting. I like that.
6/29/21, 6:02 p.m. — Maria: It occurs to me that with the attorneys you have, you can help too. 6/29/21, 6:03 p.m. — D: Yes, I just spoke to the man now. We should get some answers tomorrow.
6/29/21, 6:13 p.m. — Maria: Yes, she is very delicate.
6/29/21, 6:18 p.m. — D: She is very strong, I believe in her strength
6/29/21, 6:18 p.m. — Maria: Yes, God first.
6/29/21, 6:20 p.m. — D: 🙏🏽