CDC Admits 40% of Covid Hospitalizations Are ‘Non-Covid Patients’

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  • pistolpete

    CDC Director, Rochelle Walensky said on Fox News on Sunday that "up to 40 percent" of patients had been admitted to hospitals with another medical emergency but had been later detected as having COVID.

    When asked by Fox News anchor Bret Baier if there was a breakdown of how many of the 836,000 deaths in the U.S. were "from COVID" or "with COVID," Walensky gave a non-committal answer.

    It’s possible that 80% of Covid deaths were not actually deaths as a result of Covid but the result of car accident, gun shot, accident, obesity, heart problems, etc.

    The reason why hospitals were reporting all admissions as Covid was because they were getting paid by medicare for every covid patient, every person on a respirator, and so on.

    Finally even CNN is admitting that World wide Covid Deaths may be as low as 20% world wide, mostly elderly and those with medical problems, but admitted that it's difficult for the rest of the world to admit that it was all a con.

  • DoubtingThomas
  • nowwhat?

    Once again Fox news was right and ahead of the curve!


    Lol, and more than a year behind Infowars and others.


  • MeanMrMustard

    I would also like to know how they are defining "hospitalizations". Let's say someone gets COVID, maybe a kid, and the kid is in no real danger, but the kid's parents are scared and rush to the hospital. The kid is "admitted", checked out, and told to go home and play video games for the next two weeks.

    Meanwhile, it counts as a "hospitalization".

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