ITALY OVERESTIMATES CORONA DEATH RATE



Greetings!

I hope you are all coping well with this inconvenient and life threatening lockdown. It is essential we Keep Calm & Stay Safe during this period.

Since the pandemic hit Italy, the death rates in Italy were getting so high that I began to seriously question the validity of the reporting methods used to determine cause of death in Italy.

How do they determine that all these cases are in fact death by COVID-19 II?

I suspected that the mortality during this period has been mistakenly (whether innocently or deliberately) attributed to the coronavirus outbreak where other illnesses have been the true cause of death.

This suggests that other deaths in the most corrupt parts of this world during this period may have also been misdiagnosed to be coronavirus when cause of death is entirely disconnected to COVID-19 II.

So, why is Italy's fatality rate so high?

Here's the reports:

"These figures have been overestimated throughout the crisis, according to Nino Cartabellotta, a leading Italian public health expert, professor, and president of the Gruppo Italiano per la Medicina Basata sulle Evidenze (GIMBE), Italy's Group for Evidence-based Medicine."

https://www.thelocal.it/20200403/whats-the-problem-with-italys-official-coronavirus-statistics

In Italy, the death rate is more than 10 times greater than in Germany:

"In Italy, an epicentre of the new coronavirus outbreak, the death rate at the end of March stood at a sobering 11%. Meanwhile in neighbouring Germany, the same virus led to fatality rates of just 1%. In China, it was 4%, while Israel had the lowest rate worldwide, at 0.35%."

https://www.bbc.com/future/article/20200401-coronavirus-why-death-and-mortality-rates-differ

Remember…

>> Stay safe and continue to maintain and improve our strict hygiene routines.

>> Eat African vegetables to boost our immune system.

>> Let's not allow the lockdown to kill more of us than the Coronavirus… Look out for your elderly neighbours, single women with small children and make sure everyone has enough to eat.

>> Exercise… Start with a stretching routine… go for a walk or jog (1 hour is allowed during the lockdown)… stay positive!

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