What counts as a death from the Wuhan coronavirus?
One would think someone who died from the virus, right? That would be logical.
But not so much.
It appears to depend on where you are. So for example, let’s hear from the folks in Illinois what they are counting as a “COVID” death.
Here’s Illinois’ Public Health Director Dr. Ngozi Ezike says people are listed as a coronavirus death even if they died of alternative causes. “Even if you died of a clear alternate cause but you had COVID at the same time it’s still listed as a COVID death.” [Story HERE]
The question isn’t why do they inflate the COVID death numbers. The question is: Why do they WANT to do so?
Is this enough to convince you that whatever motivates all the government hysteria over this virus, it’s NOT health, safety or the rights of individuals?
If you can’t see it, then I can’t help you.
“Of Colorado’s 672 total deaths, 106 are considered ‘probable’ coronavirus deaths, which include people who did not have a lab-confirmed positive test result, but their death certificate lists the cause of death as ‘COVID-19’ or equivalent, the public health department said.” [Story HERE]
Once again: What motivates people who knowingly inflate numbers of a disease? It’s not science, that’s for sure. It’s the desire to create hysteria and expand power. That’s all it is.
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