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This So-Called Pandemic Is Not Even An Epidemic

by bill - 2020-08-15 15:30:09 ( in education, language, semantics, covid) [php version] rebuild

One-third (now one-sixth) of one percent does not constitute an epidemic, let alone a "pandemic". Semantics, I know, but can they not even get the language right?

  • 330,102,000 population (see
  • 2,800,000 cases
  • 130,000 "related" deaths (which means they may have had covid-19 as a co-morbidity, not the sole, verifiable cause of death)

Percentage-wise, it looks like this:

  • 0.8 percent of the population has or had the virus
  • 4.6 percent of those have ended in death
  • This adds up to .00393 (1/3 of 1 percent) of the population

    Read, listen or watch the rest here:

    "The RT-PCR test is just a means of detecting SARS-CoV-2, and that test is unreliable. Some people are asymptomatic, or with mild symptoms. Testing positive, which is already subject to interpretation, does not mean "sick". Other doctors, including virologists, say so and warn of the current danger of this confusion maintained by official bodies."

    One third of 1 percent of the U.S. population. Somebody needs to lookup the meaning of the word "pandemic." Masks are irrelevant unless you're immunocompromised.

    The CDC's own "covid-19 by the numbers" page has absolutely nothing on the number of cases and/or deaths. It looks more like a bullet-point marketing campaign summary geared toward idiots/governors.

    "A host of studies in the U.S. and around the world showing that the vast majority of covid "cases" cause mild symptoms or none, and showing the IFR to be equal to or lower than that for most flus, forced the CDC to conclude that the lethality rate, far from being 5 percent, was 0.26% -- double that of a typical flu. Instead of amending their recommendations in the face of this reality, the CDC and the U.S. government tried to hide it by manipulating the definition and number of covid "cases" -- Source

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