Facts about Covid-19
According to the data from the best studied countries and regions, the lethality of Covid19 averages around 0.2% and is therefore in the range of a
strong influenza (flu) and about twenty times lower than originally assumed by the WHO.
The risk of death for the general population at school and working age, even in the global hotspots, mostly lies in the area of a daily drive to
work. The risk was initially overestimated because people with mild or no symptoms were not included.
Up to 80% of all test-positive people remain symptom-free. Even among the 70 to 79 year olds, around 60% remain asymptomatic. Over 95% of all people
show at most mild symptoms.
Up to a third of all people already have background immunity to Covid19 due to contact with previous corona viruses (i.e. cold viruses).
The median age of the deceased in most countries (including Italy) is over 80 years and only about 1% of the deceased had no serious previous
illnesses. The death profile thus essentially corresponds to normal mortality.
In most countries, as many as 50 to 70% of all deaths occurred in nursing homes that do not benefit from a general lockdown. In addition, it is often
not clear whether these people really died from Covid19 or from high levels of stress, fear and loneliness.
Up to 50% of all additional deaths were not caused by Covid19, but by the consequences of lockdown, panic and fear. For example, the treatment of
heart attacks and strokes decreased by up to 60% because patients no longer ventured into the clinics.
Even with the so-called "Covid19 deaths" it is often not clear whether they died from or with coronaviruses (i.e. from the previous diseases) or were
not tested as "suspected cases". However, the official figures often do not reflect these distinctions.
Many media reports that young and healthy people also died from Covid19 turned out to be wrong: Many of these young people either did not die from
Covid19, were already seriously ill (e.g. from leukemia), or were 109 instead of 9 years old.
The normal daily overall mortality rate is approximately 8,000 in the United States, approximately 2600 in Germany, approximately 1800 in Italy and
approximately 200 in Switzerland. The flu mortality rate in the USA is up to 80,000, in Germany and Italy up to 25,000, and in Switzerland up to 2500
people per winter. Covid19 has not reached these levels in several countries.
Regionally greatly increased mortality rates can be influenced by additional risk factors such as high air pollution and microbial contamination as
well as a collapse of the elderly and nursing care through infections, mass panic or lockdown. Special regulations for dealing with the deceased
sometimes led to additional bottlenecks in burials.
In countries such as Italy and Spain, and in some cases Great Britain and the USA, flu waves have also led to hospitals being overloaded. Currently,
up to 15% of doctors and nurses, even without symptoms, are in quarantine.
The often shown exponential curves with "corona cases" are misleading, since the number of tests also increased exponentially. In most countries, the
ratio of positive tests to tests overall (so-called positive rate) remained constant at 5% to 25% or only increased slightly. The spread reached its
peak in most countries before the lockdown.
Countries without curfews and no contacts, such as Japan, South Korea and Sweden have not experienced a more negative trend than other countries.
Sweden was recently praised by the WHO as an exemplary model and now benefits from high immunity.
The fear of a shortage of ventilators was unjustified. According to pulmonary specialists, invasive ventilation (intubation) of Covid19 patients,
which was partly due to fear of the virus, is often counterproductive and additionally damages the lungs.
Contrary to the original assumptions, various studies have shown that there is no evidence of the spread of the virus through aerosols (i.e. particles
suspended in the air) or from smear infections (e.g. from door handles, smartphones or the hairdresser).
There is also no scientific basis for the effectiveness of respiratory masks in healthy or asymptomatic persons. Rather, experts warn that such masks
interfere with breathing and become “germ-hurlers”.
Many clinics in Europe and the USA remained underutilized and sometimes even had to register short-time work. Numerous surgeries and therapies have
been canceled, including “non-essential” organ transplants and cancer examinations.
Several media were caught trying to dramatize the situation in clinics, sometimes even with manipulative images. In general, the dubious reporting of
many media maximized fear among the population.
The internationally used virus test kits are prone to errors and can give false positive and false negative results. The official virus test was also
not clinically validated due to time pressure and can sometimes also react to other corona viruses.
Numerous internationally renowned experts from the fields of virology, immunology and epidemiology consider the measures taken to be counterproductive
and recommend rapid natural immunization of the general population and protection of risk groups. There was never any medical reason for the closure
Several experts described forced coronavirus vaccines as unnecessary or even dangerous. In fact, the vaccine against the so-called swine flu from 2009
led to severe neurological damage and lawsuits in the millions.
The number of people suffering from unemployment, mental health problems and domestic violence as a result of the measures has skyrocketed worldwide.
Several experts assume that the measures will take more lives than the virus itself. According to the UN, millions of people worldwide will experience
absolute poverty and famine.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden warned that "Corona" is being used for the permanent expansion of worldwide surveillance instruments. The renowned
virologist Pablo Goldschmidt spoke of "global media terror" and "totalitarian measures". The British infectiologist John Oxford spoke of a "media
Over 500 scientists have warned of "unprecedented surveillance of society" through problematic contact tracking apps. In some countries, this contact
tracking is already done directly by the secret service. Worldwide, civilians were monitored by drones and massive police violence in some cases.
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Policy of Individual Responsibility “a Model” for the Rest of World
Full lockdown policies in Western Europe countries have no evident impacts on the COVID-19 epidemic.