Shocking Evidence Of Inflated COVID Death Stats | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Shocking Evidence Of Inflated COVID Death Stats

A California county is revising its COVID-19 death tally following a review which found that a quarter of the deaths that were attributed to COVID-19 were not actually caused by the disease.

“There are definitely people who died from reasons that were clearly not caused by COVID,” declared Alameda County Public Health Department spokeswoman Neetu Balram.

At issue was the definition the county was using to count COVID-19 deaths, requiring only that a patient tested positive for the virus at the time of their passing, even if they did not die as a direct result of the virus. In one such case, a person who tested positive for COVID-19 and died in a car crash was recorded as a COVID-19 death.

The revised count now shows the county has recorded 1,223 COVID-19 deaths, down from 1,634. The 411 cases removed from the list is a 25% reduction in overall virus deaths for the county.

Comments

SHARE THIS ARTICLE WITH YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA