The scariest thing about the Coronavirus pandemic?
Millions of people have been infected and lacs are dead all over the globe, because of the killer Novel Coronavirus. If that is not scary enough, what is?
Perhaps, the scariest part of the Coronavirus pandemic, is best summed up in the words of…
“What scares me most about this pandemic is that my health professional colleagues and scientists aren’t questioning anything. No one questions antibody testing, the lockdown, masks, mortality rates, the Nightengale scam etc. It’s like science is dead.”
Let’s take a look at how people are reacting to what Dr. Kohilathas hassaid about the Coronavirus pandemic:
“Excellent point! Just asked a doctor about opinion on masks. She was pro mask. Asked why. She said because the “experts” say so. I said many don’t. And there is no scientific evidence. She then said she wouldn’t question a pilot how to fly a plane. Non sequitur.”
“Doctors do what they’re told because it’s written. They trust the science, blindly. Until the science changes. Then they change their opinion”
“How the scientists did their analysis. COVID-19 Is Far More Lethal Than Influenza In other words, between 1 and 10 in 100,000 people who get the flu will die, but between 500 and 1,000 in 100,000 people who get COVID-19 will pass away.”
“The numbers don’t mean much unless you take into account age/comorbitities. I can’t judge risk to me or my kids based on these numbers. Especially with a virus that is proven to be so much worse for the elderly. It is malfeasance they haven’t produced more specific data by now.”
“Suggest to your colleagues that they unplug the TV and do a search. There’s plenty of info from credible sources which cumulatively contradict the official narrative and which reveal the history changing ‘green’ financial dimension behind this ‘pandemic’.”
All across the globe, around 19.5 million people are infected and there are about 723,000 people dead, because of the Coronavirus pandemic, which began in Wuhan, China, in late December 2019.
Chirag Vasani is Chief Editor for wwbnn. He has been writing online
and offline since many years now. When he is not writing, he likes to play golf.