By Dr. John Reizer

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At the time of this writing, there have been approximately 400,000 total cases of Covid-19 reported in the world. The United States has 49,000 cases, and there have been 588 deaths reported. The number of severe cases requiring hospitalization is reported at 1,175.

The World Health Organization estimates that worldwide, annual influenza epidemics result in about 3-5 million cases of severe illness and about 250,000 to 500,000 deaths.

The severe case numbers we are seeing reported by regulatory agencies concerning Covid-19 pale in comparison to published influenza data. Strictly looking at the virus from a statistical standpoint, it’s a dud and not really a threat to 99 percent of the population.

There are a lot of numbers being thrown around by so-called experts concerning Covid-19. The problem is that there are no real Covid-19 experts in existence. It’s supposedly a new strain of previously existing coronaviruses that have infected people around the world for many years.

Also, we have to seriously question any case numbers being reported. The lab tests triggering the continuous rise in coronavirus case numbers have had severe problems associated with them since their inception. In my opinion, many false-positive cases have been recorded because of the existence of coronavirus antibodies being present in people that have successfully defeated previous common cold infections. Many of these cold infections were undoubtedly caused by different coronaviruses. According to health experts, 20 percent of common colds worldwide are thought to be caused by coronaviruses that can trigger the same primary symptoms in people as Covid-19.

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