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Data shows COVID-19 is not as deadly as we thought

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After the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released an updated report regarding COVID-19 deaths in late August, which showed that only 6% of coronavirus deaths were solely due to the virus, some in the general public went ballistic. And rightfully so.

Businesses have been shut down for months. Millions have become unemployed. Schools remain closed. Depression and suicides are rising. Since mid-March, life as we know it has been flipped upside down. And all of this was because we were told that COVID-19 was a super deadly virus that must be stopped at all costs, literally.

As the data show, young and healthy people are almost at zero risk of dying from COVID-19.

Moreover, the CDC report shows that 94% of patients who died from COVID-19 also had, on average, 2.6 comorbidities.

This is not breaking news if you have actually been paying attention for the past six months.

Comorbidities are key factors that should not be overlooked. For instance, many patients who supposedly died from COVID-19 also had diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure or other significant respiratory diseases. A significant number also were obese.

Heart disease is still the number one killer in America for men and women across the board. Patients battling one, or a number of these diseases, while also battling COVID-19, account for 94% of all COVID-19 deaths. Was it heart disease, or COVID-19, or a combination of both? This is extremely difficult for anyone to determine with certainty. Yet, the liberal mainstream media have sensationalized this virus to make you think that COVID-19 is and was the underlying factor, when reality is, we just don’t know.

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