Government coronavirus regulations will deprive U.S. hospitals of $200 billion in revenue by the end of June

In alleged response to the coronavirus “pandemic”–a disease outbreak posing a death rate of around 1/10th of 1 percent, government officials throughout the United States issued decrees that all non-approved businesses must shut down and hosptials must close their doors to all patients except coronavirus or emergency patients.

Government officials claimed that hospital beds needed to be available for the huge wave of coronavirus patients that were predicted back in March.

Now, three months later, U.S. hospitals are set to lose $200 billion in revenue due to these government impositions.

According to Marketwatch, “One rural hospital in Kansas and another in West Virginia went out of business in May, and two more closed in Florida. Five are in danger of closing in Washington state.”