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Covid 19: Why are people dying?

Coronavirus Case Fatality Rates by Age

"Most “Covid” deaths are occurring in people aged over 80. People over the age of 80 statistically die in very high numbers every year. The author says so, the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries employee he quotes says so, and official ONS data says so. So we say it is major hypocrisy when the pro lockdown fanatics shout “Definitely Covid” when someone dies within 60 days of a positive test for Sars-COV-2, but cry that it is “Just a coincidence” when someone dies within 10 days of receiving an experimental vaccine."



Two points to make:

  1. If a man who has tested positive, then falls off a ladder a few days later and dies, is this recorded as a COVID death on his certificate? Probably. If he has a vaccine and dies from a blood clot two days later, is this a vaccine-related death? Probably not.

  2. Fact of life: everyone dies, especially old people in the same pattern as illustrated in the chart above. With or without COVID, average annual deaths would be as previous years with a minor increase to account for an ageing population. There are blips at the peak of each wave, but when annualised, even.

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Gary Moller
Gary Moller
Mar 18, 2021


Philip Hayward
Mar 18, 2021

I agree that the consistent way to interpret the data, would be to accept "coincidental death" for both cases. The trouble is that "coincidental death" is being used as a principle to defend the vaccines, possibly fairly enough - but exactly the same principle should have applied all along to Covid deaths and positive PCR tests. I've been saying this myself, I can't remember if I've said so here, but I've certainly said it on other forums. If Covid statistics had always been interpreted honestly, there was no need for all the panic and the economic destruction (which will have a tail of deadly consequences) and no justification for Apollo-project level sums of public money to be spent rushing a…

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