I have a question. Covid has taken over the flu death count because I have not seen numbers for the flu in comparison to the covid.
When people die unless there is something suspicious or they are some dignitary, autopsy is not performed.
It seems like everything is being called covid. When someone dies within hours or 24-48 hours are they calling it covid or adverse reaction.?
Why haven't more pathological autopsies been performed? Will the coroner look at the liver, heart, lungs, kidney, what will determine the actual cause of death.
The CDC states that the coroner could test for virus with PCR test which on its own is bogus. PCR test are not approved for diagnostic purposes.
Journal Emerging Infectious Diseases which is published by the CDC states in a studies abstract "face masks do not support a substantial effect on transmission of laboratory confirmed influenza.
Any info on the comparitive death rate a how it is determined will be appreciated.