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Why is there a rapidly declining Covid-19 mortality rate vs. the sharp rise in cases?

01 Jan

Richard Charnin Jan. 1, 2022

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On Dec.1, 2021, the 7-day average of number of cases was 52,000 and the 7-day average mortality rate (total deaths/total cases) was 1.1%.

As of Dec. 31, the corresponding averages were 367,000 and 0.31%. The number of daily cases has increased by 7X while the number of daily deaths is nearly constant (1100). Did you hear this on CNN, MSNBC or FOX? Of course not. Ask yourself why.

Are the cases inflated by Omicron (which has virtually zero mortality) and/or false positive tests? How many of the deaths were vaccinated? Does the declining death rate reflect herd immunity and/or the use of Ivermectin, Regeneron and HCQ?

This is the biggest con-job in history. The unvaccinated are not spreading Covid. The problem is vaccinated taking boosters with spiked protein affecting their DNA and possibly spreading Covid to the unvaccinated. https://docs.google.com/…/1Jbfznj3c27kKvF7Vpo9pWIe…/edit

 
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Posted by on January 1, 2022 in Uncategorized

 

2 responses to “Why is there a rapidly declining Covid-19 mortality rate vs. the sharp rise in cases?

  1. bj

    January 1, 2022 at 7:58 pm

    Cases are inflated by omicron variant which spreads faster but is mild otherwise. I would think by now they’d have a good testing and few false positives. There is a study that shows that the spike protein affects the DNAs ability to repair the body in those who had Covid-19. I haven’t seen anything about the “vaccine” affecting DNA in this way. But using the spike protein as the basis for the “vaccine” was a bad idea since it spreads to other parts of the body.

     

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