What laid the foundation for the Pandemic was the way COVID-19 was defined and how the deaths and cases were counted. If you are not familiar with these changes and terms. It is very important that we all understand their implications as have lead to lockdowns, mass testing even people without symptoms and finally vaccines.
- It starts with the problem of taxonomy. On 5 March, at a time when the UK had attributed 1 death to COVID-19 and identified 108 ‘cases’ of SARS-CoV-2, the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care (Matt Hancock) made The Health Protection (Notification) (Amendment) Regulations 2020 into law. This first amendment, which would not require resolution by Parliament for 40 days from when it returned from its extended recess on 21 April, added COVID-19 and SARs-CoV-2 to the list of, respectively ‘notifiable’ diseases and ‘causative agents’. Under this change to legislation, medical practitioners have a statutory duty to record COVID-19 on a death certificate — as they do not, for example, with pneumonia, the primary cause of death from respiratory diseases.
- There is the problem of the criteria for the deceased to be recorded as a ‘COVID-19 death’. On 31 March, the Office for National Statistics announced that, in order for a death to be included in its records of ‘COVID-19 deaths’, the disease merely has to be ‘mentioned’ anywhere on the death certificate, without it being ‘the main cause of death’.
- This includes as a ‘contributing’ factor when ‘combined with other health conditions’, or when a doctor has diagnosed a ‘possible’ case of COVID-19 based on ‘relevant symptoms’ but with no test for SARS-COV-2 having been conducted, or when the deceased tested positive for SARS-COV-2. Even though a post mortem hasn’t established the actual cause of death.
- If this weren’t enough to increase the official tally of deaths attributed to COVID-19 far beyond the numbers of UK citizens that actually died of the disease, there’s the additional problem of the changes on how death certificates record the cause of death.
- On 20 April, the World Health Organisation (WHO) issued the ‘International guidelines for certification and classification (coding) of COVID-19 as cause of death’. These instructed medical practitioners that, if COVID-19 is the ‘suspected’ or ‘probable’ or ‘assumed’ cause of death, it must always be recorded. These are not scientific statements.
- In Part 1 of the death certificate, as the ‘underlying cause’ of death. In contrast, co-morbidities such as cancer, heart disease, dementia, diabetes, or chronic respiratory infections other than COVID-19 should only be recorded in Part 2 of the death certificate as a ‘contributing’ cause. To clear up any confusion this may cause to a doctor filling out the death certificate of an 80-year-old patient who has died of cancer and tested positive for SARS-COV-2 post mortem. The WHO instructed medical professionals: ‘Always apply these instructions, whether they can be considered medically correct or not.’
There were other changes to how ‘COVID-19 deaths’ are recorded in the UK, implemented by the National Health Service, Public Health England and the Care Quality Commission, all of which contributed to the inaccuracy of the picture being painted by the Government of the threat of COVID-19; but the three changes above laid the foundation for the crisis. The tool most responsible for its manufacture, however, is the already infamous reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test.
So due to high number of so called deaths that substantiated the label Pandemic and the cry for a vaccine. Fear was propagated by the Media and Governments and we landed up have to face a world that has changed beyond recognition for a virus called SARS-COV-2 that is least 99.5% survivable and only as serious as influenza.
Following is a link to an excellent video covering the overall issues and players in the COVID-19 theatrical play that has been played out around the world killing millions via lockdowns, vaccines and fear. Given by Nick Hudson who is a South African businessman and Co-Founder of PANDA.
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