Cdc 6% Deaths Covid 19

CDC: Number of Americans Who Died ‘From’ COVID-19 is Only Around 20k – The Others Died ‘With’ It

How many Americans really died FROM the Wuhan coronavirus?

On Christmas Day the government’s television channel, PBS, reported on the the Wuhan coronavirus first thing. This is all they talk about but they never mention China, they label the pandemic COVID-19:

“The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made the announcement last night to help prevent the spread of new highly contagious COVID variants in Britain. That comes as the U.S. death toll surpassed 330,000. And hospitalizations nationwide hit a new record high yesterday, more than 120,000.”

Cdc 6% Deaths Covid 19

But this reporting is questionable. We reported in August that the CDC admits that only 6% of all deaths in the US classified as Coronavirus deaths actually died from the Wuhan Coronavirus alone.

For 6% of the deaths, COVID-19 was the only cause mentioned.

Yes, this was from the CDC’s own reporting. So today it looks like less than 20,000 deaths in the US (330,000 x 6% = 19,800) over the past year have actually been due to the coronavirus only.

The remainder of the deaths reported by the CDC include accidents, overdoses, suicides and those presumed to have had the coronavirus upon their death.

So basically many local and state governments are shutting down their local businesses and institutions due to over-inflated statistics regarding the number of Americans who died from this Wuhan oriented coronavirus.

By Joe Hoft, Guest writer

And Let’s Not Forget the 97% False Positives

The pandemic is driven by the faulty PCR tests, just like Pfizer’s ex-Chief Science Officer, Dr. Michael Yeadon, told us months ago.

“Almost all” of the tests for Covid-19 are producing false positives, Dr. Yeadon warns.

Today we learn that 22 highly renowned scientists conclude that the PCR test produces 97% false positives. So out of all of the Covid patients we’ve ever seen, 97% never had Covid. (Read more)

The study is available here and here.