COVID-19 surge meant cancer patient died without critical care – Los Angeles Times

Billy and Kim Folsom pose next to each other near a bar area Now, the long-feared cratering of Southern California’s healthcare system due to the coronavirus is here — and it’s killing people like Kim, says Billy. He bears no ill will toward the Hi-Desert staff, whom he described “to a person [as] sympathetic, compassionate and very kind to us. … They did all they could.”

Instead, Billy lays Kim’s ordeal squarely on “maskholes.”

“We’re never going to know if she could’ve been saved,” said the 68-year-old, his blue eyes weary yet steely. “There was a surge because people didn’t wear masks. Those who don’t wear it can deny it all they want, but that’s the way it is.

“So, yeah, I’m angry,” he concluded. “Not just for my wife. For all of us.”

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