Posted BY: Bill | NwoReport
According to official data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 99% of reported ‘Covid deaths’ are not primarily caused by the virus itself. The CDC’s Covid dashboard indicates that only 1.7% of the 324 Covid deaths registered in the week ending August 19 had the coronavirus as the main cause of death. This reveals a significant shift from the pandemic’s peak in 2021 when the virus was attributed to one in three ‘Covid deaths’.
The concept of primary and secondary causes of death is crucial in this context. Covid might be listed as a secondary cause when pre-existing conditions are exacerbated by the virus. The primary cause, in this case, would be the underlying condition, with Covid noted as a contributing factor. Although the percentage of Covid-related deaths for the week ending August 19 shows a slight increase from the previous week, it remains far lower than during the peak of the pandemic.
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CDC data indicates that cancer and heart diseases are currently the leading causes of death in the US, with COVID-19 being listed as a secondary factor in many cases. This data provides some reassurance amidst concerns about new highly transmissible Covid variants causing increased infections and hospitalizations.
Despite the emergence of these variants, Covid-related deaths are not increasing significantly. This contrasts with rising infection rates and hospital admissions. As a result, some institutions reintroduced mask mandates, though some decisions were later reversed. President Biden is also considering recommending another Covid booster vaccine in the coming weeks to enhance protection against new variants. However, the acceptance of boosters among eligible Americans remains relatively low, with only 18% having received any form of booster.
In conclusion, the CDC data highlights that the vast majority of reported ‘COVID-19 deaths’ are not primarily caused by the virus itself, suggesting a shift in the nature of the pandemic’s impact. The rise of new variants and associated concerns about infections and hospitalizations are not yet leading to a significant increase in Covid-related fatalities.