Are the fatalities attributed to Coronavirus vastly inflated? ?

We know if someone expired for 1 specific reason yet had the coronavirus at the time of death coronavirus is listed as the cause of death. Why?

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  • 4 weeks ago

    A death by covid is due to the virus that can be tested if exists in the indivudual. 

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Government officials openly admitted it on television. If you're in hospice with a few weeks to live, and you get Covid and die, they count it as Covid. 

  • YES !.......................... why... because the enemies of This Country are using the fake figures to advance their taking over... and destroying... America......and ..... the so-called "health care" industry makes more money of the Chinese virus than for just a heart attack or stroke

  • 4 weeks ago

    Part 2 of your question is wrong, and no. They're not inflated at all. 

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  • 4 weeks ago

    Yes, the CDC admitted the numbers are inflated. The actual death FROM Covid is app 9,000 US citizens. They were counting people with stage 4 cancer, motorcycle accidents and others that had died WITH Covid, not FROM Covid. The inflated numbers are still being used though.

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    While it's difficult to talk about things in aggregate you have to understand Coronavirus similar to cancer is rarely ever going to be the thing that ultimately kills you, but it will exacerbate underlying issues that will kill you.   When you look for the ultimate trigger that started that downward spiral doctors are often finding covid as the culprit.  More often than not these are people who would have lived for years more if they had not gotten it. 

  • 4 weeks ago

    No, there is no indication or evidence pointing to inflation of fatality rates due to COVID-19. We 'know' that if someone expired and had the virus at the time that the cause of death is always listed as Covid-19?? How do we know that? And could you explain why your obviously inflammatory post is in the Marriage and Divorce section? 

  • 4 weeks ago

    1. No

    2. SARS CoV 2 can exacerbate a condition and cause someone to die of it, even if it was being manage beforehand.

  • 4 weeks ago

    Possibly, but likely only a small percentage.  Why?  Because every disease you have, not just Covid-19,  at the time of death is contributing factor to death.  It is called comorbidity.  People don't die of the flu, they most often die of pneumonia caused by the flu, and the flu gets credit for the cause.  The same applies to covid-19.

  • 4 weeks ago

    Vastly? No. You could attribute every death in the world to "their heart stopped beating". But someone with coronavirus will have their entire body weakened by it so something that normally they would recover from quickly ends up being fatal. By itself they would have been fine, but with Corona virus they couldn't survive. That's why some people complain when a relative has coronavirus but died of a heart attack and it's listed as coronavirus they say "No, it was a heart attack". reality is some of the meds used to treat coronavirus raised the risk of heart attack which they would not have had otherwise. It really is tricky to make that determination sometimes. 

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