jcblass -rudiger -
Your thoughts on this OP?
In public discussion of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic in early 2020, Wodarg gained notoriety as an interviewee where he presented his thesis that SARS-CoV-2 was only one of many similar viruses which usually go undetected as part of an ordinary seasonal period of respiratory infections, and that the worldwide activities to stop the pandemic were "hype" caused by the selective perception of researchers. He detailed his thesis in publications on his personal website. Some put the numbers of casualties, infections and IC intake in Italy in 2020 in perspective to the Italian Flu-season of 2017/18 where approx 18,000 Italians died due to the flu. Other scientists also pointed out the possible unreliability of the Corona-tests that were hastily approved without the normal peer-review and extensive testing, and mentioned a fatality rate of between 0,025% and 0,625% based on the only aselect population case available (the Diamond Princess) as possibly more realistic than the 3,4% that the WHO published and stressed the point that the world was at risk of "making decisions without reliable data". Chinese scientists published on March 5th a report that concluded that "in the close contacts of COVID-19 patients, nearly half or even more of the 'asymptomatic infected individuals' reported in the active nucleic acid test screening might be false positives", corroborating the questions Wodarg raised in the interviews. EuroMOMO European Mortality Monitor (EuroMOMO), mentioned by Wodarg in the interviews, tracks 'All-Cause Death Statistics' of 28 connected European countries since 2009. Their data up and until week 11, 2020 also does not - as Wodarg mentioned - show any indication of any excess mortality up until that date. It does show a decline of the weekly deaths and the end of a seemingly mild virus-season 2019/20. Note: the EuroMOMO did add a disclaimer on its weekly updates stating to be cautious with interpreting their weekly data because of possible (administrative) delay and that local peaks in occurrences could not be visible in national statistics.
Guess we won't see this in the MSM