97.1% of over 70s not in care homes survive.
Source: Paul Joseph Watson
Top epidemiologist Professor John Ioannidis has published a new study that concludes that the survival rate of people under the age of 20 who catch COVID is 99.9987%.
The data used from the study was taken before the advent of mass vaccination programs, meaning the numbers apply to unvaccinated people.
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Ioannidis previously published an analysis of seroprevalence (antibody) studies from 2020, which resulted in him being able to reveal that the infection fatality rate for COVID globally was around 0.15%. In Europe, the number stood at 0.3%-0.4%, while in Africa and Asia it went down to 0.05%.
Now the professor has published new information that breaks down infection fatality rates by age.