After a while you begin to wonder if COVID is a medical crisis or a political one. A coroner in Colorado was outraged when health officials added two men to the COVID-1984 death tally who had been killed by gunshot wounds.
The Daily Wire explains:
A Colorado coroner is outraged over the “inflated” coronavirus-related death totals in Grand County.
According to Brenda Bock, the county’s five COVID-19 deaths include two gunshot wound victims.
The state health department, however, says they’re simply following protocol from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) by including anyone who’s tested positive for COVID-19 within the past 30 days.
A report by the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) revealed that only 6% of the people who died from the Coronavirus died solely of COVID, the remaining 94% had an average of 2.6 underlying health conditions. READ: CDC: 6% of coronavirus deaths were solely from COVID-19
It left many asking the obvious question, are people dying with COVID or of COVID?
A researcher with Johns Hopkins University recently uncovered an interesting fact that despite the COVID pandemic, the number of overall deaths in the United States has not gone up. With COVID killing thousands of Americans, the number of deaths should be skyrocketing. Instead, the researcher found that though the number of deaths attributed to COVID was increasing, it was largely being offset by a corresponding drop in the number of deaths due to heart failure and other illnesses. READ: A few days ago Johns Hopkins published a study saying corona is nbd. They then deleted it. Read it here in its entirety AND Johns Hopkins retracts report finding COVID death count ‘not alarming’
And it is not just happening in the U.S. READ: THIRD of UK Covid victims in July and August ‘died from OTHER causes’ – including cancer or being hit by a car – Oxford University scientists reveal