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Make your own analyses.
@MartinKulldorff10 Apr 2020"Since COVID-19 operates in a highly age specific manner, mandated counter measures must also be age specific. If not, lives will be unnecessarily lost."
There is a good explanation for lack of flu cases, virus supplantation. That's where a more virulent virus takes over from a less virulent virus. At least that's a story I heard.Another theory is that masking worked so well that it stopped the spread of the flu. The proponents of this theory think masking should be an annual flu season thing, especially in election years.
Another theory is that masking worked so well that it stopped the spread of the flu. The proponents of this theory think masking should be an annual flu season thing
I wonder how those people resolve that if masking stopped the flu virus, it should equally have stopped the Covid virus.
It's just that they haven't published the full latest data yet.
The number of people dieing from "rare disease" continue to rise.
Latest by week Data as of 9/11/2021 There is definitely a lag in reporting so the peak shown might not be the peak yet.The number of deaths from rare disease has multiplied six fold since the vaxxing has started.
Before the Vaxxing started 2,400 people a month died of rare disease all over the US. It is now over 15,000 a month.
Also, could you plot it again without that last data point?
DON"T VAX YOUR KIDS! You are not protecting them from a disease that doesn't kill healthy people and you are exposing them to deadly short term effects and unknown long term effects.
Is this for real? Seriously?
Those charts are all over the place.
They conflict like crazy
Those charts are all over the place. Some are showing spikes in rare disease before vaccines were even available? They conflict like crazy and seem made up like easy photoshop forgeries.
Patrick, do you have the URL to the data for this graph?
Thousands more people than usual are dying ... but it’s not from CovidSarah KnaptonFri, September 24, 2021, 10:01 AM