Chief Tedros Adhanom, of the WHO Tribe, is telling everyone that coronavirus is very very very deadly.
People need to be told that coronavirus is very very very deadly because otherwise they wouldn’t know that due to the absolute lack of corpses piling up on the streets and stuff.
Coronavirus is ten times deadlier than the 2009 swine flu pandemic and a vaccine will be needed to halt it, the World Health Organisation has said.
WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told a virtual briefing from Geneva the organisation was constantly learning about the bug sweeping the globe.
The incredibly contagious infection has now killed nearly 115,000 people and seen over 1.8million cases globally.
Tedros said: ‘We know that Covid-19 spreads fast, and we know that it is deadly, ten times deadlier than the 2009 flu pandemic.’
As a percentage, coronavirus has so far killed 6.4 per cent of people who have tested positive for it, including 12 per cent of those in Britain, 0.1 per cent in Australia and 4 per cent in the US.
But the swine flu slayed just 1.1 per cent of those it infected globally, according to WHO figures.
In the UK the death rate stood at 0.03 per cent, whereas it was 0.2 per cent in the US and 0.5 per cent Down Under.
That is totally misleading.
They are not testing the population at random. They are only testing those who present symptoms and seek medical attention, so they have no way of knowing what the actual death rate is.
Iceland recently tested 10% of its population at random, and found that half of those infected with coronavirus had no symptoms.
When taking into account these cases from the random population sample, the death rate is clearly not something to be concerned about.
For all we know, hundreds of millions worldwide may have been already infected with the disease without showing any serious symptoms or any symptoms at all.
Unless governments start doing random tests like Iceland, there’s really no way to know, but everything so far suggests that coronavirus is not as deadly as they say it is.
That is presumably why no one but Iceland – a rogue nation that in 2008 after the financial crash put a bunch of bankers in prison – has done the random tests. No government wants people to know how badly they’ve lied about this. Donald Trump should consider demanding random testing, especially now that Goblin Fauci has turned on him.
The WHO said 18,500 people died of swine flu, which was first found in Mexico and the US in March 2009, but the Lancet said it was between 151,700 and 575,400.
The Lancet review included estimated deaths in Africa and Southeast Asia that were not accounted for by the WHO.
The outbreak, which was declared a pandemic in June 2009 and considered over by August 2010, turned out to be not as deadly as first feared.
Vaccines were rushed out, but in hindsight, the West, particularly Europe, and the WHO were criticised for overreacting.
It was at a time when annual influenza epidemics every year killed between 250,000 and 500,000 people.
Regardless of the efforts put in place, the WHO acknowledged ‘ultimately, the development and delivery of a safe and effective vaccine will be needed to fully interrupt transmission‘.
A vaccine is thought to be at least 12 to 18 months away.
They are overreacting now too.
In fact, this may very well be the worst overreaction in the entire history of the planet, with countries destroying their economies left and right for fear of the flu.
People are suffering. Their lives are being destroyed and they’re forced to stay home witnessing everything crumble, while they’re being told that everyone could die any time of this coronavirus.
The world is reaching new levels of insanity.