I was as shocked by the fact the Daily Mail published the article, as I was by the information in it. Essentially, it shows that a COVID-1984 crisis is being manufactured to justify a second lockdown of Britain. People are screaming that hospitals are being overrun and people are dropping on like flies from COVID. The projected deaths are being exaggerated to create terror.
Because, the facts tell a different story, and you can be sure of one thing, the facts are not just being twisted in Britain.
Yes, people are dying, but not as many as you think. But the more important question is who is dying and why. And the answers to those questions will reveal who needs to be protected.
The Daily Mail explains:
So who is Covid-19 killing?
To put it simply, the victims are overwhelmingly the elderly and those with pre-existing conditions.
Of the 37,470 Covid-19 deaths recorded by NHS England up to November 18, 53.7 percent were of people aged over 80.
In comparison, there have been just 275 deaths (only 0.7 per cent of the total) in people under 40.
And crucially, those who have died from Covid-19 are overwhelmingly likely to have suffered from a pre-existing condition.
Of those who have died from coronavirus, 35,806 people (95.6 per cent of the total) had at least one pre-existing serious medical condition.
In fact, there have been just 42 deaths of people aged under 40 without a pre-existing condition.
As the article noted, instead of locking down the whole country, we need to target those most vulnerable to the virus.
A very interesting READ: What they DON’T tell you about Covid: Fewer beds taken up than last year, deaths a fraction of the grim forecasts, 95% of fatalities had underlying causes… and how the facts can be twisted to strike fear in our hearts
If the hospital’s ICUs are filling up because of COVID, why are November’s 2020 occupancy rates for many major hospitals lower than the previous four-year average for that same month?
CDC: “For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death.”— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) August 6, 2020