“The virus was reported as the underlying cause of death (or a contributing cause of death) for an estimated 377,883 people in 2020, accounting for 11.3% of deaths, according to the CDC. As of Monday, more than 770,000 people have died from the coronavirus, according to Johns Hopkins University data. That means over 15,000 more people have died in 2021 than last year from COVID-19 – and there's still more than a month left.”Read more
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BREAKING: A few days ago Johns Hopkins published a study saying corona is nbd. They then deleted it.
“Johns Hopkins published this study on Sunday which posits that Covid is nowhere near the disaster we're being told it is. I would summarize it for you or offer pull-quotes but honestly, you just have to read it yourself because it's mind-blowing. The original article is now deleted from the Johns Hopkins website ... for some reason. Luckily the internet is forever and it's available via the Wayback Machine.”
Please see the first comment below with comments about why this study was taken down.
Are The New And Rising Cases, Coming From Across The Border As An Essential Crossing For Medical Reasons?
“Even though cases are rising drastically in four states – Arizona, Texas, California, and Florida – most of the uptick in cases is benign, unaccompanied by a concurrent increase in mortality. There’s a reason for the Uptick in daily mortality count in these four states: In border states like Texas, Arizona, and California there has been a large jump in the number of illegal immigrants from Mexico crossing the border with COVID-19.”Read more
“43% of all COVID-19 deaths in the United States are residents or employees of nursing homes or other long-term care (LTC) facilities, according to the New York Times”Read more
“Yesterday, the Minnesota Department of Health announced that 17 more people had died of Covid-19. Once again, a high proportion, 13 of them, had died in long-term care or assisted living facilities. Of Minnesota’s 748 Covid-19 deaths so far, 608 – 81% – have occurred in long-term care or assisted living facilities.”
Thanks to John Phelan and The Center of the American Experiment.Read more