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Here’s an important example of how so-called health experts issue coronavirus warnings without carefully studying scientific data.

Last Thursday, Dr. Hans Henri Kluge, Europe’s regional director of the World Health Organization (WHO), issued a criticism of Sweden, along with ten other countries, stating, “Accelerated transmission [of the virus] has led to very significant resurgence that if left unchecked will push health systems to the brink once again in Europe.”

But Dr. Anders Tegnell, Sweden’s leading virologist, quickly pointed out that Dr. Kluge had misinterpreted the data. Dr. Tegnell said the rise in newly reported cases of COVID-19 was a direct result of expanded testing.

He made the important point that Sweden is now seeing a decline in the number of citizens requiring admission to intensive care units as well as a decline in deaths from COVID-19.

As with Sweden, so, too, with the United States: the more people tested, the higher the infection rate.

In the U.S., COVID deaths have decreased some 90 percent since they peaked in April. Yet, this fact is absent in the mainstream media.

Instead, as detailed in the Trends Journal, money-hungry Presstitutes who get paid to put out – such as Jeff Zucker, CNN’s CEO, who told his staff to keep pumping up COVID Hysteria because ratings, which were dramatically falling prior to the hysteria, were now flying high – continue to spread daily fear about rising cases.

Death and infection fatality rates in their world of propaganda are irrelevant.

Now blasting 24/7 that “Virus Surges Across U.S.,” they avoid the fact that while cases spike, the death rate is declining.

In the U.S., for example, it is now being estimated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that some 20 million Americans have the virus. If this is true, and to date some 130,000 Americans died from the virus (40 percent from elder care homes), the recovery rate is 99.35 percent.

And, the main reason cases are spiking, which is the major headline news in America this week and last, is because millions of more people are getting tested… the more tested, the more case numbers climb.

Over and over, we have reported what the Associated Press was noting in their coronavirus coverage since February:

“For most people, the coronavirus causes mild or modest symptoms, such as fever and cough, that clear up in two to three weeks. For some, especially older adults and people with existing health problems, it can cause more severe life-threatening illness, including pneumonia and death.”

Again, according to the statistics, there is a 99.35 percent recovery rate.

As for hospitals being overwhelmed as cases spread – the excuse NY’s Governor Andrew Cuomo gave when he ordered elderly people with the virus out of hospitals and into nursing homes, thereby spiking COVID-19 deaths in the homes – they were not overwhelmed in New York… nor in Houston, TX, where the government is again shutting down businesses.

As reported in Dr. Ron Paul’s Liberty Report, Dr. Marc Boom of Houston Methodist Hospital said the media claims regarding hospitals’ risks of being inundated are misleading. Dr. Boom said, “Quite frankly, we’re concerned that there is a level of alarm in the community that is unwarranted right now.”

Dr. Paul, who is headquartered in Texas, notes,

“In fact, there has been much reporting that the ‘spike’ in Texas cases is not due to a resurgence of the virus but to hospital practices of Covid-testing every patient coming in for any procedure at all. If it’s a positive, well that counts as a ‘Covid hospitalization.’ Why would hospitals be so dishonest in their diagnoses? Billions of appropriated Federal dollars are being funneled to facilities based on the number of ‘Covid cases’ they can produce. As I’ve always said, if you subsidize something you get more of it. And that’s why we are getting more Covid cases.”

Yet, in Texas, with 30 million people and 2,416 virus deaths, or a minuscular 0.00805 percent of its population, the Governor and other politicians across the state are again closing down business and adding new restrictions.

The same holds true for other states such as Florida, California, Alabama, etc., where the “spike” in cases is causing more hysteria to spread, and politicians are forcing businesses to close down and/or impose more limitations on capacities, hours open, etc.

Yes, the cases are rising… but the death rates are not – they remain tiny fractions of the states’ populations.

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