And guess what? It’s simple. No charts, no graphs. You don’t need a PhD in statistics to understand it…
by Jon Rappoport
October 31, 2022
Follow the big bouncing pink beach ball. Just a few bounces. That’s all.
Let’s start with the World Health Organization report on the total number of global COVID deaths, as of late October this year:
Globally, as of 5:43pm CEST, 28 October 2022, there have been 626,337,158 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including 6,566,610 deaths, reported to WHO.
OK? Let’s round that number off to 6.6 million deaths.
Now let’s go to a report on worldwide NON-COVID pneumonia deaths, from Our World in Data:
2.5 million people died from pneumonia in 2019.
The first number, the total of COVID deaths, from the World Health Organization, takes in a period of two years plus about 10 months. To be generous, I’ll cut that down to two years and eight months. Two and two-thirds years.
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