from global research: The Bush-Cheney administration’s Department of Homeland Security, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) have collectively set guidelines that recommend - in the event of a "pandemic" or mass crisis - that the elderly, the sick, the severely injured, and the poor will be denied life-saving medical treatment.
Details are discussed in this Associated Press report: Who should MDs let die in a pandemic?
The proposed guidelines, meant to serve as a blueprint to be followed by hospitals across the country, specifically recommends that the those deemed at "higher risk of death" with a "slimmer chance of survival" will be denied services and “scarce resources”, as dictated by designated officials.
Specifically, those who will be denied help include people who are:
* older than 85,
* suffering from severe trauma, which include injuries from crashes and shootings,
* severely burned,
* suffering from mental impairment (Alzheimer's disease), and
* suffering from chronic diseases, including lung, heart, and diabetes
In other words, the most disadvantaged will be left to die.