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Are you putting the pieces together yet? No? Not even asking questions? It’s about time you did 5F9BA533-484B-4269-9926-15E637EBAC9F.jpeg
 

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Wow, even the BBC are catching up. Being cynical I have to wonder WHY?

What’s really going on with Covid deaths data?​

Covid deaths are rising sharply in the UK, but an increasing proportion of these are actually due to something else, BBC analysis suggests.
That's because some people die with Covid rather than from it.
The Omicron wave is driving rising infections, which means more people will catch it and some will get sick.
Deaths will inevitably increase too, but not all will be "true" Covid ones. Others will be people who happened to test positive.
There are a number of ways we monitor the number of deaths connected to Covid. The most prominent is the daily count of anyone who has died within 28 days of testing positive.
For the vast majority of those people, Covid has been the primary cause of their death.
But there has always been a minority who died from another cause. And with Omicron infecting so many people, there is a higher likelihood of people dying from an unrelated reason in the month after testing positive than there has been in the past.
Doctors registering a death record what may have contributed to it, and what most likely caused it.
If Covid contributed in some way, that's a death "involving Covid". The number of these deaths has tracked the daily death count closely throughout most of the pandemic.
During autumn and the run-up to Christmas, only about 15% of deaths involving Covid in England and Wales did not list Covid as the cause.
In the week after Christmas, that rose to 22%.
And in the coming weeks "we might expect that to rise further" says Cambridge statistician Prof Sir David Spiegelhalter "reflecting the very high levels of people with coronavirus".

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About 4.3 million people in the UK have coronavirus at the moment - a historically high level - and four times more than at the start of December.
So the number of people who might happen to test positive for coronavirus in the month before their death is likely to be on the rise too.
This wasn't as much of an issue when fewer people had coronavirus.
But at the moment you might expect to see, very roughly, about 55 of these "coincidental" Covid deaths a day, based on the roughly 2,000 people who die each day in the winter months - and the nearly 6% of people in the UK who have tested positive in the past four weeks (mostly young people at lower risk of dying).
Current figures show, on average, nearly 210 people are dying each day within 28 days of a positive test, up from 110 just before Christmas.
So a small portion of the daily Covid deaths would be "coincidental", but the rise in this type of death would account for nearly half of the rise we've seen in Covid deaths since Christmas.
The daily death figure will be a tricky measure to follow in the coming weeks says Prof Sylvia Richardson, president of the Royal Statistical Society, since it can be so influenced by how many people have tested positive recently.
She thinks the number of deaths caused by coronavirus, based on death registrations, is the "best number to watch".
That requires patience. Deaths that happen this week may not be registered until next week, and not reported for another week or two after that. So they take longer to arrive.
But they will increasingly become our best picture of Covid's sad death toll.
 

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Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said in an interview that two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech shot offered “very limited protection”.

Last year he implied one shot offered 100% protection. Now he's saying two shots offers very limited protection.

Follow the science? Follow the money!
 

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Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla said in an interview that two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech shot offered “very limited protection”.

Last year he implied one shot offered 100% protection. Now he's saying two shots offers very limited protection.

Follow the science? Follow the money!
he also said very recently that they had a new super improved all in one nouveau "ambassador youre spoiling us" deluxe special edition due out in march of this year, which to me means, dont worry, the show must go on so get your orders in now or we are going to pin the new variant on your country
 

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he also said very recently that they had a new super improved all in one nouveau "ambassador youre spoiling us" deluxe special edition due out in march of this year, which to me means, dont worry, the show must go on so get your orders in now or we are going to pin the new variant on your country
And the ‘booster’ was just the same as the first two jabs (it was bought before Omicron was discovered) but we were are told it protects against the variant even though the first two don’t. The push to get ppl boosted was simply to use the sh** before it became out of date. We already know Pfizer have said that a vax specifically for Omicron will be available in March as the first two jabs offer negligible protection.

The lies are so obvious now, it’s become silly.
 

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Bayern Munich’s Alphonso Davies experiencing myocarditis after COVID-19 infection


At his weekly press conference Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann detailed that Alphonso Davies is experiencing myocarditis and will be on the side-lines for the “next few weeks” as he heals.

“Alphonso Davies has signs of a slight myocarditis after his corona infection. It’s not dramatic, but he will be side-lined for the next few weeks because it takes time to heal,” said Nagelsmann (as captured by Tz). “There are different triggers for this. A high viral load is often the reason. The probability that it comes from the coronavirus is relatively high, but it is 100 percent clear,” Nagelsmann said.

This news, of course, comes after the numerous cases of COVID-19 that broke when the team returned to Säbener Straße following the holiday hiatus. While it would be irresponsible to say if the myocarditis was definitely brought upon by COVID-19, the condition has been listed among the side effects of the virus.
 

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Bayern Munich’s Alphonso Davies experiencing myocarditis after COVID-19 infection


At his weekly press conference Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann detailed that Alphonso Davies is experiencing myocarditis and will be on the side-lines for the “next few weeks” as he heals.

“Alphonso Davies has signs of a slight myocarditis after his corona infection. It’s not dramatic, but he will be side-lined for the next few weeks because it takes time to heal,” said Nagelsmann (as captured by Tz). “There are different triggers for this. A high viral load is often the reason. The probability that it comes from the coronavirus is relatively high, but it is 100 percent clear,” Nagelsmann said.

This news, of course, comes after the numerous cases of COVID-19 that broke when the team returned to Säbener Straße following the holiday hiatus. While it would be irresponsible to say if the myocarditis was definitely brought upon by COVID-19, the condition has been listed among the side effects of the virus.
Yeah you keep telling yourself that TwoWhales.
 

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Pandemic as I'm new to this site, don't really know your stance on the topic, but from a couple of posts I've seen looks like you're anti lockdown and anti vaccine. I looked up the article you've just posted regarding Alphonso Davies and saw this in it and yes a few people have suffered from myocarditis after having the vaccine, but there's been millions who have had it after contracting Covid, just as this player has:


The Canadian, 24, appears to have an inflammation of the heart muscle, known as myocarditis, after testing positive for Covid at the beginning of January.
 

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Pandemic as I'm new to this site, don't really know your stance on the topic, but from a couple of posts I've seen looks like you're anti lockdown and anti vaccine. I looked up the article you've just posted regarding Alphonso Davies and saw this in it and yes a few people have suffered from myocarditis after having the vaccine, but there's been millions who have had it after contracting Covid, just as this player has:


The Canadian, 24, appears to have an inflammation of the heart muscle, known as myocarditis, after testing positive for Covid at the beginning of January.
Firstly I’m not anti-vax, I am anti-covid vax. I am anti-experimental vax that has no safety data, is known to cause harm.

Secondly, this myocarditis side effect only started presenting after the vax roll-out, and the manufacturers themselves admit the vax causes myocarditis in higher numbers than first thought.
 

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Firstly I’m not anti-vax, I am anti-covid vax. I am anti-experimental vax that has no safety data, is known to cause harm.

Secondly, this myocarditis side effect only started presenting after the vax roll-out, and the manufacturers themselves admit the vax causes myocarditis in higher numbers than first thought.
Oh I apologise then and I can understand your apprehension because I was at first. But as time went on, I weighed up the pros and cons and thought it was best that I took it and I'm glad that that's the way the majority of the population feel too.

And yup the vaccine does cause myocarditis in some people after taking the vaccine, but millions more after having caught covid and that's not the only thing it causes. I know somebody personally who now has kidney problems after being hospitalised with covid and another with lung damage. I also know two people who are sadly no longer with us after having covid and they died because of covid not 'with' and were fit and healthy beforehand.
 

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Oh I apologise then and I can understand your apprehension because I was at first. But as time went on, I weighed up the pros and cons and thought it was best that I took it and I'm glad that that's the way the majority of the population feel too.

And yup the vaccine does cause myocarditis in some people after taking the vaccine, but millions more after having caught covid and that's not the only thing it causes. I know somebody personally who now has kidney problems after being hospitalised with covid and another with lung damage. I also know two people who are sadly no longer with us after having covid and they died because of covid not 'with' and were fit and healthy beforehand.
As is your right. But denying the side effects, most especially for young children, is, in my opinion very wrong. We do not yet know the full extent of any adverse effects, we can’t and won’t know for years, but considering the vax is only about 12 months into its use, it certainly isn’t looking good. We know beyond doubt it CAN kill, can leave many with life altering conditions, we don’t know how it affects pregnant women ( no tests on pregnant women were ever completed), we don’t know how it affects fertility although thousands of women are reporting abnormal menstrual behaviour. There’s so much we don’t know about mRNA vaccines, other than that prior to covid, not a single mRNA vaccine ever got past animal trials.
Now if you, or anyone is willing to take that risk, that is your right to do so, personally I’m not.
 

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And true science CAN be questioned.
Anyone challenging the narrative is silenced, ridiculed, ignored. That is not science, it is propaganda.
Thicko's challenging any narrative deserve to be ridiculed, especially as the same thicko's end up promoting pro disease murder rhetoric
 
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