It really was just the flu all along.
Knowing that there are more infections than previously thought means that coronavirus is much less threatening than previously thought. They discover more people with the virus, but they don’t discover more corpses.
If the infection rate is higher, the death rate is lower.
It’s already widely speculated by medical professionals and pundits alike that the initial U.S. coronavirus infection rate was grossly undercounted. Now, a new study concludes that the country’s infection rate early on may have been over 80 times greater than originally reported. Moreover, infections across the U.S. likely doubled almost twice as fast as initially estimated.
How did this happen? In all likelihood there isn’t one main culprit, researchers believe. Instead, a combination of a lack of tests, asymptomatic carriers, and people not recognizing their own symptoms may be to blame.
Yes! Most people don’t even realize they had the virus because the virus is a nothing burger that can only harm very old and/or very sick people, as proved by the average age and medical history of virtually everyone who allegedly died because of the virus.
The study, led by scientists at Penn State University, uses data provided by the CDC’s influenza-like illnesses (ILI) surveillance accounting for three weeks in March 2020.
“We analyzed each state’s ILI cases to estimate the number that could not be attributed to influenza and were in excess of seasonal baseline levels,” says Justin Silverman, assistant professor in Penn State’s College of Information Sciences and Technology and Department of Medicine, in a release. “When you subtract these out, you’re left with what we’re calling excess ILI – cases that can’t be explained by either influenza or the typical seasonal variation of respiratory pathogens.”
It’s was quickly noted that all of that extra ILI correlated almost precisely with the spread of COVID-19 all over the United States. “This suggests that ILI data is capturing COVID cases, and there appears to be a much greater undiagnosed population than originally thought,” Silverman explains.
“Our results suggest that the overwhelming effects of COVID-19 may have less to do with the virus’ lethality and more to do with how quickly it was able to spread through communities initially,” Silverman concludes. “A lower fatality rate coupled with a higher prevalence of disease and rapid growth of regional epidemics provides an alternative explanation of the large number of deaths and overcrowding of hospitals we have seen in certain areas of the world.”
The media/government and WHO have been lying to our faces about this virus, and they’ve been artificially inflating the death rate by any means imaginable, short of literally killing people to blame their deaths on the virus.
This is what people need to know about coronavirus:
- It is about as dangerous as the flu
- Virtually all people who allegedly die “from” it were very old and/or had preexisting health problems
- The lockdown doesn’t work to stop the spread, and it may have actually increased the spread
It is clear that our rulers know this, and choose to continue to push the hoax in order to advance some kind of agenda that involves people having no rights, Bill Gates, mass mandatory vaccinations, and mass surveillance.
Even if they had no agenda, they wouldn’t come out and publicly state that they made an oopsie and destroyed the economy and the lives of people for a kind of flu.
It’s up to us to spread the truth about this and demand an end to the hysteria.