CDC director Rochelle Walensky admitted that over 75% of COVID deaths were from people “who had at least four comorbidities” and who “felt bad from the start”.
Walensky spoke out during an appearance on Good Morning America.
“The overwhelming number of deaths, over 75%, occurred in people who had at least four comorbidities,” said Walensky. “So these are people who were not doing well from the start.”
The CDC director just said over 75% of “covid deaths” occurred in people with at least four comorbidities. Since Biden can’t shut down covid, suddenly all this data is getting shared publicly. pic.twitter.com/NKvproy3lx
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) January 10, 2022
The numbers, which other sources suggest could be even higher, underscore once again that the vast majority of healthy people survive COVID, even in the older age group.
Like us already highlighted have, a study conducted by leading epidemiologist Professor John Ioannidis found that more than 95% of the elderly over 70 years of age survived COVID, with that number rising to 97.1% for those who did not live in a nursing home.
For those under 20, the survival rate was 99.9987%.
The study is based on figures from before the introduction of mass vaccination programs.
Much of the COVID-related scare tactics used to justify lockdowns, mask requirements, and vaccination requirements have been based on the myth that COVID kills large numbers of healthy people, which it just hasn’t.
As a result, much of the population became unsettled and frightened about the true extent of the threat posed by the virus.
A survey conducted in the summer of 2020 found that Americans assumed, on average, that 9% of the population, or around 30 million people, had died from the coronavirus, while the actual number at that point was less than 155,000.