posted on Oct, 31 2009 @ 11:10 PM
People die every day! With the recent cold fronts moving through the country, Regular flu is taking its toll. Every year Influenza Kills 30,000
Americans. Lets say that starts from October through March .(6 Months) That would be an average of 5,000 per month. But given that the early
‘warmer’ months would not be as high as Mid to late months, we could expect at least a 1000 deaths per month for the months October/November from
regular influenza. Then climbing as Winter set in and the flu spreads.
Right now Doctors are not testing if someone has H1N1. They just reporting that they have it. So what we have is total distorted figures. Of course
news and local authorities will be pushing the H1N1 wagon, but what’s new, they’ve been doing that since the outbreak.
Once the dust is settled, April/May next year, only then, when we have the death toll, will we know what impact H1N1 had on us. (regardless of
what’s reported in the papers and T.V) Deaths over 30,000 could be the numbers one should be looking at. Of course give or take a percentage for
errors, but in all this number needs to be kept in the equations.