Journalist Julia Ioffe just said this in a Puck News article:
Meanwhile, the number of government employees suffering from Havana Syndrome has jumped from a couple dozen to a couple hundred. Some reports place the figure of affected government employees as high as 300. I’ve heard from several sources that the Walter Reed Military Medical Center, where some of those affected have been going for treatment, is overwhelmed to the point of no longer being able to take new patients. The government is now outsourcing these victims to non-government hospitals.
Also as a tweet from the same journalist:
There are now so many cases of Havana Syndrome that Walter Reed is at capacity. The U.S. government has started outsourcing cases to other hospitals
For those who don’t know, Havana Syndrome is a weird set of symptoms that US government officials stationed overseas have been getting the past few years. Some people think it’s psychosomatic in origin, others think it’s due to energy-weapon attacks by a hostile foreign power like Russia.
But my question is, is it true that Walter Reed Military Medical Center is getting so many Havana Syndrome patients that it is not able to handle them all?