The more researchers look into the coronavirus death toll, the clearer it is that the whole “pandemic” is a hoax.
If the virus were really the threat they say it is, they wouldn’t need to make up numbers.
A third of the people recorded to have died from Covid-19 in July and August may have actually passed away due to other causes, such as cancer or being hit by a car, Oxford University research has suggested
Experts at Oxford University have found that around 30 per cent of those included in the Office for National Statistics’ (ONS) coronavirus deaths toll over the summer actually died primarily from other conditions.
The data comes as the Government introduces its new Rule of Six measures to combat the further spread of the disease.
The study shows that people who may have died from cancer or who were run over and killed, but who had tested positive for coronavirus, were included among the virus deaths even though it did not kill them.
Figures revealed in The Telegraph state that approximately one in 13 people who were said to have died from coronavirus during the whole pandemic did not die primarily from the disease.
This means that 7.8 per cent (3,877) of those listed as Covid-19 deaths by the Government did not die due to the virus being the primary cause.
Dr Jason Oke, of the Centre of Evidence Based Medicine at the university, told The Telegraph: ‘The true death rate is important to know as it gives us an idea of impact.
‘Clearly Covid was having a massive impact in March and April, but we need to now know if the disease is taking the same toll as before. The impact now seems to be lessening and, if true, which it certainly looks like at the moment as there is not the same fatality rate, then that will guide decisions on managing risk, so it’s important to get this number right.’
During the period of July to August this percentage rose to 28.8 per cent of all deaths.
This figure would mean that Covid-19 was not the main cause of death for 465 of the Government’s recorded cases out of 1,617 victims.
This doesn’t even paint the whole picture. We don’t actually have a good reason to believe that any single individual has died of coronavirus alone.
What appears to have happened is that, in the beginning, the medical establishment blamed the deaths from a normal flu season on the coronavirus. Then, after all of the people who were going to die this year anyway due to being too old and/or too sick had died, they started blatantly hoaxing the numbers left and right, including people who died in car accidents or from cancer in the statistics.
It’s not just the United Kingdom that did this. In the United States, there are examples of vehicular accident deaths being counted as coronavirus deaths. Someone should look into the US numbers like the Oxford University researchers are looking into the UK numbers and figure out the true extent of this hoax.