Thanks to Journeyman Pictures YT Channel, we have here 6 in depth interviews with health professionals including MDs. If you’re already up to speed you may want to go straight to no 6 and the two Doctors who got quickly pulled from publication following their discussion of the anomalies with testing, treatment and other things around the covid-19 virus. These are the issues mainstream (lamestream) should be speaking about but are they? Of course not. They are the long arm of the corporatocracy. They wouldn’t speak out of turn. Listen to the health professionals speak. I prefer not to ignore these voices that are bravely swimming upstream. Listen also to the much censored Dr Judy Mikovits who also has much truth to offer that mainstream will never tell you. EWR
Perspectives on the Pandemic
Episode 1: Dealing with Coronavirus, a fiasco in the making? As the coronavirus pandemic takes hold, we are making decisions without reliable data. Watch previous episodes of Perspectives on the Pandemic here:
The tragedy of the COVID-19 pandemic appears to be entering the containment phase. Tens of thousands of Americans have died, and Americans are now desperate for sensible policymakers who have the courage to ignore the panic and rely on facts. Leaders must examine accumulated data to see what has actually happened, rather than keep emphasizing hypothetical projections; combine that empirical evidence with fundamental principles of biology established for decades; and then thoughtfully restore the country to function.
Five key facts are being ignored by those calling for continuing the near-total lockdown.
Fact 1: The overwhelming majority of people do not have any significant risk of dying from COVID-19.
The recent Stanford University antibody study now estimates that the fatality rate if infected is likely 0.1 to 0.2 percent, a risk far lower than previous World Health Organization estimates that were 20 to 30 times higher and that motivated isolation policies.
In New York City, an epicenter of the pandemic with more than one-third of all U.S. deaths, the rate of death for people 18 to 45 years old is 0.01 percent, or 10 per 100,000 in the population. On the other hand, people aged 75 and over have a death rate 80 times that. For people under 18 years old, the rate of death is zero per 100,000.
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