It was a stunning admission about the incompetence of health officials to protect those most vulnerable to the COVID virus.
Blacklock’s Reporter just released information on a report written for the Canadian Federal government, that stated that most of the people who died from COVID in Canada were over the age of 85 and most had Alzheimer’s or dementia.
The report noted that these people “may have been at a high risk of dying over this period, regardless of the pandemic.”
According to a chart supplied by Blacklock’s, over 95% of the COVID deaths in Canada involved people over the age of 65.
SOURCE: Most COVID victims over 85
Rather than focussing on the people who were actually vulnerable to the virus, health officials decided to lock down the whole country. Lockdowns were the faddish thing to do. They didn’t work and nobody cared. READ: Lockdowns DON’T work, study claims: Researchers say stay-at-home orders made no difference to coronavirus deaths around the world – but prior health levels DID
Blacklock’s notes, that “the impact of Covid lockdowns, business failures and school closures on younger Canadians remains unknown, wrote researchers: ‘The pandemic profoundly altered many other aspects of our lives.’”
In the Canadian province of British Columbia, health officials were so consumed about enforcing a draconian lockdown of the whole province where people could not leave their provincial health region, they seemed blindly ignorant about what was happening in the province’s nursing homes where 66% of the COVID deaths took place.