Study: Alleged New Coronavirus Strain Doesn’t Lead to More Hospitalizations or Deaths

Psst. Coronavirus is a hoax!

We know that 2020’s coronavirus doesn’t increase the total deaths in a year compared to previous years, and now we are being told that the alleged “new strain” (which we still don’t have proof even exists) doesn’t lead to more people getting hospitalized or dying.

Yet we’re still living in a Virus Regime, a dystopian scenario where the government can do anything to you “because of the virus.”

Study Finds:

As millions prepare to receive their coronavirus vaccine, fears are growing of a new variant strain of SARS-CoV-2 detected in the United States and England. This new variant, dubbed B.1.1.7, could be more contagious than previous strains of the coronavirus, but a new report is at least bringing some positivity into 2021. Researchers from Public Health England (PHE) find the variant is not likely to put more patients in the hospital or cause more deaths than other COVID strains.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, B.1.1.7 is responsible for 60 percent of the new infections in London since November. The origin of this variant remains a mystery, but the CDC says B.1.1.7 has several mutations, including one in the receptor binding domain of its spike protein. This is the part of the virus which attaches to cells and cuts its way into them to reproduce.

A recent study by the Centre for Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases also finds that the new coronavirus variant, which researchers call VOC 202012/01, is 56 percent more contagious than other COVID strains. Despite this, the team from PHE concludes it is not anymore dangerous to patients during the pandemic.

“Preliminary results from the cohort study found no statistically significant difference in hospitalization and 28-day case fatality between cases with the variant (VOC 201212/01) and wild-type comparator cases,” study authors write in the report, Investigation of novel SARS-CoV-2 variant.

These viruses are not dangerous. They’re barely at the level of the common flu, which is why the government had to hoax the death numbers by blaming the virus for people dying of whatever cause.

The virus hysteria is being pushed hard because it gets people to comply with a rapid transformation of society.

People should keep in mind that even if the virus were really as dangerous as the government wants you to believe, the government should have no business telling us what to do and what not to do.

If people don’t decide for themselves what risks to take, how can democracy really exist?