Questioning anything related to Covid-19, especially as it pertains to the World Health Organization, can get you ridiculed in public and even banned from social media platforms. However, much of what the World Health Organization said turned out to be completely wrong.
The CDC has now confirmed that the death rate for Covid 19 is much, much lower than the earlier estimates. In fact, it was estimated around 3.4% and suggested to be much higher than that early on. This is one of the key issues that lead to the lockdown.
The CDC just came out with a new report that offers a real estimate of death rates for Chinese virus in the United States. That real number turns out to be .26%.
Be careful talk like this can get you banned from YouTube and other social media platforms. One has to wonder if the CDC will be banned.
That number could fall even further if we find out that the number of asymptomatic cases is actually higher than current estimates. Of course real numbers, as it pertains to the death rate, cannot be completely accurate. We still do not know how many people actually been infected.
You can read the report here.
About half of the deaths occurred in nursing homes. That would mean the death rate for all people outside of nursing homes would be somewhere around .1%. This includes 90-year-olds with comorbidities. This doesn't just pertain to the U.S., either.
Four infectious disease doctors in Canada estimate that the individual rate of death from COVID-19 for people under 65 years of age is six per million people, or 0.0006 percent.
So, at the end of the day, we suspended people's liberties and rights and locked down our economy for predictions that were wildly incorrect. Will anyone pay a price for being so wrong and causing so much damage?
Imagine you work for private company and you recommended to shut down the entire company for months due to some threat that was unknown. After three months, the company realizes the predictions that you made were wildly incorrect. You almost caused the company to fail. When you expect to still have your job? Only if you work or the U.S. Government, it seems.
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