Oh fuck off! LOL!!! Where is there justification for a 15% jump in overall deaths? LOL!Cool dead end story.
But here is the bottom line: Excess death statistics, which are mortality actuals that are not based on diagnosis, clearly support official Covid-19 death counts. Excessive deaths we've experienced since pandemic began is nowhere near what we see in "mild influenza" seasons.
The pandemic brought a record uptick in deaths, interrupted a downward trend in death rates and spurred the highest death rate above normal ever recorded in the country.www.nytimes.com
What the hell? These are standard mortality statistics, their "justification" is the same it's always been - PEOPLE DYING.Oh fuck off! LOL!!! Where is there justification for a 15% jump in overall deaths? LOL!
So total deaths worldwide were up...what 17% in 2020?
You're gonna need more than some fucking bar graph to prove that one asshole....lol!
Assuming we can trust the rates/numbers - which is a big assumption - we get these strong flu-like viruses about once in a generation, and this time, their appearance coincided with the oldest Boomers turning 75.why did co-morbidies not kill people before at rates we see over the last year?
Nope.Because what you are peddling is ignorant, really detached bullshit, that's why.
We get these about once every generation, yes.Covid-19 is a novel virus and has been much more deadly than good ol' treatable, and vaccinated against, influenza.
Irrelevant (calling Covid Godwin), but an example of one of the once in a generation viruses we see; sanitary standards are VASTLY greater now than in 1918 when an earache could kill you.As a novel virus in 1918 Influenza killed tons of people btw.
Assuming we can trust the rates/numbers - which is a big assumption - we get these strong flu-like viruses about once in a generation, and this time, their appearance coincided with the oldest Boomers turning 75.
Nope. The original was strong - as I said - and the Delta mild - as I said.And just like that, "mild" turned into "strong" on a turn of a dime.
We did, but only the vulnerable were vulnerable, as ever.Yes we have a potent novel virus....
Never a need - only the vulnerable were vulnerable, and they needed to look after themselves.and even way to deal with it so it doesn't kill millions -
If you're vulnerable/okay with the experimental vaccine, sure.practice prevention untill vaccination.
You know, personal attacks are the most unimaginative form of fallacious trolling.You know, all the stuff yahoos like you fight tooth and nail.
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We must be forced to get an experimental vaccine that was created in 9months.
One which has 0% effectiveness (vaxxed spread it at the same rate of the unvaxxed).
Yet, you’re calling us Nazis and murderers for not getting it.
You DemonRats are sick, brainwashed, and retarded
Get your Trump death jabs
More than 125,000 breakthrough cases were reported by the CDC in just 38 states.
WASHINGTON — At least 125,000 fully vaccinated Americans have tested positive for Covid and 1,400 of those have died, according to data collected by NBC News.
But the total number of breakthrough cases is likely higher than 125,683, since nine states, including Pennsylvania and Missouri, did not provide any information, while 11, like Covid hotspot Florida, did not provide death and hospitalization totals. Four states gave death and hospitalization numbers, but not the full tally of cases.