Covid-19 has killed more people in 2021 than 2020 in the US
Covid-19 was reported as the underlying cause of death for some 377 883 people in 2020, accounting for 11,3 percent of deaths, according to the CDC. More than 770 000 people have died from the Coronavirus as of Monday, according to Johns Hopkins University data.
Published: November 25, 2021, 9:54 am
That means more people have died in 2021 than last year with another month left to go and hospitalizations rising.
Last year, notably, no Americans had been vaccinated while this year some 60 percent have had the “life-saving” shot and at least 17 percent have also been boostered.
It is therefore clear that vaccinations, lockdowns, masks and social distancing have not had the desired effect. The Wall Street Journal blamed the unvaccinated for spreading the disease while CDC claimed that there was a huge “undercount” of Covid-19 deaths in 2020.
The CDC happens to own 57 vaccine patents and spends almost $3 of its $12 billion-dollar annual budget buying and distributing vaccines, according to Children’s Health Defense lawyer Robert F. Kennedy.
The NIH also owns hundreds of vaccine patents and often profits from the sales of products that it supposedly regulates. Both these organizations have promoted Covid-19 vaccinations despite a huge conflict of interest.
Older people were most likely to die from the virus – 81 percent of 2020 deaths were among people aged 65 and above, and 69 percent of the same cohort in 2021, after many had succumbed the year before.
By contrast, Africa has had a far lower number of Covid deaths. It coincides with the fact that fewer than 6 percent of the continent are vaccinated. The WHO has described Africa as “one of the least affected regions in the world” in its weekly pandemic updates.
Pro-vaccine advocates claim that this was due to “a lack of good qualitative data was the issue” but a study from Northeastern University highlighted that “local systems for reporting deaths in Africa make it difficult to hide Covid-19 casualties”.
The study published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, showed that “[T]here is no evidence that Covid-19 mortality data is less accurately reported in Africa than elsewhere”. The quality of data for HIV/AIDS have shown that Africa certainly “has the capacity to collect and report valid disease surveillance data”.
Some authorities have been waking up to the notion that vaccine mandates may be the reflection of a deeply corrupt health system which focuses on profit rather than on health.
In the United States, a Missouri judge has ruled this week that local health officials can no longer issue draconian decrees related to public health. Cole County Circuit Court Judge Daniel Green pointed out that such decrees infringed upon the constitutional separation of powers between branches of government.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported that local health regulations throughout Missouri have now been rendered obsolete by Green’s ruling.
“This case is about whether Missouri’s Department of Health and Senior Services regulations can abolish representative government in the creation of public health laws, and whether it can authorize closure of a school or assembly based on the unfettered opinion of an unelected official. This court finds it cannot,” Green told the newspaper.
“Missouri’s local health authorities have grown accustomed to issuing edicts and coercing compliance. It is far past time for this unconstitutional conduct to stop,” Green added.
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