The WHO started a global panic two years ago in March 2020 when it claimed that the mortality rate for those who contract the China coronavirus (COVID19) was 3.4%.
We called BS at the time and were widely denounced by the fake news media and online “fact-checkers.” Based on data available at that time we said COVID’s mortality would be close to that of the flu. Today we were proven right again.
In March of 2020, the WHO scared the whole world when it claimed that COVID19 had a mortality rate of 3.4%. This was absolutely frightening to citizens around the world. The WHO is a distinguished entity so they must be right. But we didn’t buy it and today we are proven right again.
In March 2020 we disagreed with the WHO and said COVID’s mortality would be closer to that of the flu.
We received quite a bit of flack for making our prediction. Media Matters and other far-left sites attacked us. But we were eventually proven right per a report in September 2020.
Our estimate is still correct. Based on recent data from the CDC, the US is estimated to have had around 140 million people who have contracted the China coronavirus. This is almost half of the US population.
The true number of Covid infections in the United States may be double official figures, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports.
The agency estimates that there have been 140 million COVID-19 cases in the U.S. from the virus’s arrival in America early 2020 until now.
As of March 2, 2022, there are 979,635 reported COVID19 deaths in the US. This equates to a mortality rate of 0.7%.