Wake Up America. You’ve Been Conned. Only An Estimated 9,683 Covid-19 Only Deaths So Far In 2020, Not 180,000
About half-way down the screen page The Center for Health Statistics August 26, 2020 update on provisional death counts for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) states the following: “For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned.”
Oh. You mean America is not undergoing a pandemic? On average, abut 8000 people die per day from all causes in the United States. In the first 8 months of 2020 there were only ~1200 excess deaths per month or 40 extra deaths per day exclusively due to COVID-19 coronavirus infections, with 80% of those among American age 65 and older. By extrapolation, there were only ~8 excess COVID-19 only deaths per day among working-age adults and school-age children.
Translation: of the 161,392 accumulated COVID-19 RELATED deaths reported as of August 22, 2020 (80% being among Americans age 75 and older), only 6% or ~9683 accumulated deaths were classified as COVID-19 only. Among these COVID-19 only deaths, ~60% were age 75 and older; 80% were age 65 and older. So, there were only ~2000 COVID-only deaths in working age adults and school-age children.
Lockdowns, quarantines, social distancing and face masks were an overkill, permanently destroying lives as businesses went bankrupt and the future of young Americans were quashed.
Americans over age 75 who have co-morbid conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, pneumonia, obesity and heart disease who died with COVID-19 lung infection in addition to their comorbid conditions would probably have been on their deathbeds regardless of the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.
Just one-half of 1%
About 240 days have passed from January 1 to August 31st. If we calculate for average total deaths per day (~8000), that comes to 1,920,000 deaths in the US in the first 8 months of 2020. An estimated additional 9683 accumulated deaths (excess deaths) were attributed to COVID-19 only infections, for a total of ~1,930,000 total death, with 9683 COVID-only deaths being about one-half of 1% all deaths.
For a one-half of one-percent increase in deaths, this country was locked down, the populace made forever fearful and draconian measures threw millions out of work and ruined small and even large businesses.
For comparison, an estimated ~33,800 Americans died of the Hong Kong flu in 1968, which was the mildest flu pandemic in the 20th century. Yet life i
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