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    • 3 Weeks to Flatten the Curve¬† -- Day 252 and counting: ¬† A Dr writes, Yardley Yeadon¬†@MichaelYeadon3 (PhD respiratory pharmacol) 1h "...¬†The hallmark of a pandemic is excess deaths, such as the extreme event in spring. In the autumn, in excess of 10k deaths have been attributed to covid19. Yet the autumn all-causes¬†mortality is barely above the 95% confidence interval for the 5y average. That‚Äôs not even an epidemic. For comparison, the degree of elevation of the last weeks all-cause mortality is the same as that arising from the first real heatwave we‚Äôve had in U.K. (several days in¬†Aug where temps exceeded 34C). Those were circulatory excess deaths & are familiar in Europe. Oddly though, now, non-covid19 deaths are apparently reduced. As this is most unlikely, there is significant overstatement of covid19 deaths, in turn due to the volume of false¬†positives from PCR mass testing. Corrected for this, the dominant cause of total mortality is likely due to restricted access to the NHS for 8mo & counting. ..." ¬†
    • but there has been a mass of data already published that the lockdowns or masks have not had any affect in fighting Covid at all.¬†
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