COVID-19 Death Rate: Accurate or Not
"We know, during an epidemic, people will call every death as though it’s related to Covid-19. But that is not the case…Always, when people look back at the case notes and assign causation, they realise they will have overestimated the case fatality in relation to the disease."
-Carl Heneghan, an epidemiologist and director of the Center for Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford
"The approach to reporting Covid-19 deaths (mortality) in the U.S. is very liberal. If someone dies with Covid-19, we are counting that as a Covid-19 death.”
-Dr. Deborah Birx, an authoritative source in the U.S.
We all kind of know the mortality rate in the United States, at least it is published on every source of "news" that appears quite frequently.
Each day follows with a new update on the numbers, they are ever-growing and fast.
It has spread so much fear amongst the population and not many people were questioning it. It wasn't until I saw the numbers growing in the magnitude that they were and then realized, I do not even know anyone that has confirmed by a doctor to have contracted it. Is that even possible? I find myself asking others, do you even know anyone that has tested positive for the virus? Only to find out that after thinking for a few minutes the answer is, no.
It was recently suggested that the draconian measures to force people into their homes, force millions into unemployment, poverty, and other serious problems, and cancel the public celebration of the Most Holy Sacrifice of the Mass may be based not on scientific evidence but on, at minimum, false and misleading numbers. It was proposed that an unclear definition of “Covid-19 death” is leading to falsely reported “Covid-19 death rates” − which in turn make millions of people wrongly think that Covid-19 is “killing people” or the cause of death when that is not true.
It was also suggested that recent guidance to death-certificate certifiers (most often physicians) from the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stating that “the rules for coding and selection of the underlying cause of death are expected to result in Covid-19 being the underlying cause more often than not” would lead to an inflated Covid-19 death rate.
So why not under the guise of "trust" everyone start practicing social isolation, the one thing that can have a drastic indirect negative effect on the immune system. Many people need to realize that mental health can be compromised through depression which social isolation can play a very large roll in.
Coronavirus disease deaths are identified using the ICD–10 code U07.1. Deaths are coded to U07.1 when coronavirus disease 2019 or COVID-19 are reported as a cause that contributed to death on the death certificate. These can include laboratory confirmed cases, as well as cases without laboratory confirmation. If the certifier suspects COVID-19 or determines it was likely (e.g., the circumstances were compelling within a reasonable degree of certainty), they can report COVID-19 as “probable” or “presumed” on the death certificate.
[d]eath data, once received and processed by National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), are tabulated by the state or jurisdiction in which the death occurred. Death counts are not tabulated by the decedent’s state of residence. COVID-19 deaths may also be classified or defined differently in various reporting and surveillance systems. Death counts in this report include laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 deaths and clinically confirmed COVID-19 deaths. This includes deaths where COVID-19 is listed as a “presumed” or “probable” cause. Some local and state health departments only report laboratory-confirmed COVID deaths.
One can ignore the technical coding numbers; the major observation to remember is that an official “Covid-19 death” reported by the CDC can include deceased persons that were not even tested or did not test positive for SARS-CoV-2. Additionally, it may be merely suspected, presumed, or assumed that “Covid-19” contributed to death for a death to be officially tallied as a “Covid-19 death.”
“When the state reports COVID-19 related deaths, this does not necessarily mean COVID-19 was the cause of death,” the statement read. “When the state reports a death, it means the individual tested positive for COVID-19.”
-The Florida Department of Health
Why even trust these people. Injecting yourself or others with disinfectant? Like are you kidding me?? Question everything, flex your rights. If not you will lose them, and a virus may be the reason.
We are fighting the #InformationWar.