Why COVID-19 is a lot more dangerous than we think?

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Santeri
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Unread post by Santeri » 2021-4-29 05:02

According to these statistics, COVID-19 death rate is 3.5 times higher than seasonal flu. Based on John Hopkins Medicine, almost 7 times more people have died to COVID-19 than flu-related cases annually. This clearly proves that COVID-19 is way more lethal than seasonal flu.

What makes COVID-19 more dangerous than seasonal influenza?

Based on Our Wold in Data, the most common way of performing a test of the first type is with a PCR (polymerase chain reaction) test. WHO has based their PCR testing recommendations (referrence 1) on this research paper: Detection of 2019 novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) by real-time RT-PCR. The paper was peer-reviewed in twenty-four hours which is simply not enough to carry out a thorough peer review. Two authors of the paper, Christian Drosten and Chantal Reusken, were also members of the editorial board of this journal.

Based on an external review, the paper and WHO recommendations based on the paper, are based on major scientific flaws. The review claims that the probability of a false positive PCR test to be as high as 97%.

If the claim is valid, then all COVID-19 death and infection statistics should be divided by 33 to take the flaw in account. This would be that COVID-19 death rate is actually 10 times lower than seasonal flu. And for example the number of people hospitalised in France was 17 times higher in case of seasonal influenza compared to COVID-19.

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As you can see from the graph above, the number of seasonal influenza deaths is significantly higher than the number of corrected COVID-19 deaths. The corrections were made by dividing the published numbers by 33 to take in account the 97% probability of false positives. The statistics were provided by The Harvard Dataverse Repository and WHO.

What are the implications if this is true?
  • One corrupt scientific paper can derail the whole world and there are no means to detect or prevent that:
    • Search engines are blocking criticism and critical views based on commercial interests.
    • Sharing or discussing anything meaningful is futile on Social media thanks to censorship.
    • Media has not exposed this corruption although all this information has been publicly available for over 1 year.
    • Critical thinking has been ridiculed as conspiracy theories.
  • The excessive deaths must have been caused by lockdows and other protective measures.
  • Over 1 billion people have been exposed to experimental vaccines without prior knowledge of possible long-term side-effects.
  • Making profit is more important than our health and happiness.
  • Our societies are very vulnerable to the commercial interests of the Big Pharma.
  • Next next crisis may well be the last one if we allow history to repeat itself.
Image These implications pose more serious threat than the pandemic or the possibility of COVID-19 mutations.



Nathan

Unread post by Nathan » 2021-5-3 13:34

World Horror Organization

Malthus

Unread post by Malthus » 2021-5-7 13:00

COVID-19 vaccines are a very good thing. This will help to cull the gullible. There are way too many of them anyway.

Microsoft fan

Unread post by Microsoft fan » 2021-5-10 02:47

Will Bill Gates fund next a vaccination against pedophilia to save his marriage?

Guest

Unread post by Guest » 2021-5-13 15:01

The future will not be controlled by the Big Tech, because we are already controlled by the Big Pharma.

Guest

Unread post by Guest » 2021-5-17 06:51

Looks like Bill's penis might save us all from his COVID-19 pseudo pandemia!

jason429492

Unread post by jason429492 » 2021-6-24 15:07

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katymcbride280
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Unread post by katymcbride280 » 2021-6-30 14:13

It has been over a year with the covid situation around the world, and still, I am very much afraid to go out especially entering a clinic or a hospital. I am trying to get my vaccine but I wonder if there is a need for a doctor's recommendation? Also, I found out that telemedicine in California [url]http://curogram.com/blog/telemedicine-california[/url] is now a thing, would the hospital accept doctor's advice via telemed? I live in LA.

sofiakh0
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Unread post by sofiakh0 » 2021-7-9 10:41

I think you can use that because I tried telemedicine and most of the medical institutions like hospitals accept telemedicine. Most providers even have a HIPAA compliant texting [url]https://curogram.com/hipaa-compliant-texting[/url]. Hope that helps.

Doctor Mengele

Unread post by Doctor Mengele » 2021-7-13 17:07

What a great business model to exchange healthy immunity systems with recurring revenue. One can hope hope not too many cash cows will die too soon in the process.

katymcbride280
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Unread post by katymcbride280 » 2021-7-15 11:11

Well, this covid pandemic has been the cash cow of many businesses and governments. However, on the brighter side, the technology in the healthcare industry is making innovative improvements like the virtual set up [url]http://curogram.com/blog/benefits-of-telehealth[/url], which is somehow cost-efficient!

katymcbride280
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Unread post by katymcbride280 » 2021-7-22 13:53

[quote=sofiakh0 post_id=8389 time=1625827298 user_id=749]
I think you can use that because I tried telemedicine and most of the medical institutions like hospitals accept telemedicine. Most providers even have a HIPAA compliant texting [url]https://curogram.com/hipaa-compliant-texting[/url]. Hope that helps.
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Well, I managed to get vaccinated and fortunately the doctors recommended via telemedicine [url]https://curogram.com/[/url] works and the hospital accepted it! Thank you for the info. It really is very cost-efficient!!! And I guess this is now the start of the new normal, we going virtual.

katymcbride280
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Unread post by katymcbride280 » 2021-7-28 14:19

[quote=sofiakh0 post_id=8389 time=1625827298 user_id=749]
I think you can use that because I tried telemedicine and most of the medical institutions like hospitals accept telemedicine. Most providers even have a HIPAA compliant texting [url]https://curogram.com/hipaa-compliant-texting[/url]. Hope that helps.
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I found out that Telemedicine is quickly growing in popularity, thanks in part to the recognition it received during the COVID-19 pandemic. Although telemedicine has been around for decades, both patients and providers are increasingly becoming aware of the impact and, frankly, the necessity of remote healthcare services.

The majority of the states in the U.S. are looking towards telemedicine as an alternative solution to in-person encounters.

The two main reasons why states have embraced telemedicine are:

Improving access to healthcare for patients in rural and geographically isolated areas
Mitigating the shortage of physicians and medical specialists
As more and more patients and healthcare providers embrace telemedicine, it’s becoming clear that it is not only a viable alternative to in-person care but that it may also be a preferred way of receiving healthcare services for many patients.

It’s not only the emergency situations and lack of access that prompt people to schedule online appointments with their doctors. Younger, tech-savvy generations realize the convenience of telemedicine and welcome the opportunity to leverage modern technologies to make visits to the doctor faster, easier, and more affordable.

With telemedicine, patients don’t have to worry about travel, spend hours in waiting rooms, or take days off work to receive the required medical care. They can attend a telemedicine appointment from home and get a diagnosis and treatment in 15–30 minutes, rather than devoting an entire day to an in-person visit.

how is telemedicine used [url]https://curogram.com/blog/how-does-telemedicine-work [/url]

katymcbride280
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Unread post by katymcbride280 » 2021-8-2 13:19

Covid has made so many impacts in our lives most specifically our mental health. We should also take care of how we think and move mentally otherwise our overall might be at risks! Telemedicine [url]https://curogram.com/blog/telehealth-mental-health[/url]can help with many issues that the healthcare industry is facing today. The U.S. healthcare system is inefficient despite the enormous funds being designated to it. Remote care appears to be an excellent solution for many problems in delivering adequate care to all patients.

katymcbride280
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Unread post by katymcbride280 » 2021-8-4 12:36

So I managed to get my vax, yey finally! Also, I am so glad that I didn't have any health problems as a result of the consultation via video call http://curogram.com/blog/how-does-telemedicine-work of my doctor. I hope everyone get vaccinated so that we can end this pandemic asap!

Santeri
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