Follow The Science

The charts below are from Our World in Data, a global data tracker that combines the CDC, Johns Hopkins, WHO and the IMF world data to create a daily update of cases and deaths.

Since the U.S. media focuses on new cases, which are riddled with all kinds of misleading inconsistencies, including repeat testing (multiple testing per person), new cases also do not indicate level of sickness, only a positive result, and new cases are most likely from a PCR swab known to be 40-50% inaccurate depending on adjusted cycle thresholds which can produce false positives.

Fatalities are the truest measure real-word impacts of COVID-19.

So while the rest of the media is using new cases as a way to instill continued panic, let’s follow the science on the data that actually counts: how many people are dying in each State, on average per day. Below and current daily trends including the top States with the highest death count.

In each case, if you compare the most recent number to where we were at its peak in each respective State you will find science paints are far clearer picture of the pandemic and its real impact in the US at the present time.

And finally the big picture on how many deaths are occurring on average per day across all fifty States as of August 2nd, 2021. Of course a single death is tragic, but comparatively, do these numbers justify the alarmist approach our national media is adopting, which drives restrictive policy that inhibits a return back to normalcy.

One final note. Australia is a military lockdown; people are being told to stay indoors unless they have permission to leave. Yet this is the real picture of just how dangerous the pandemic is in the land down under:

Please pass this along to everyone you know. All of this information is available on the home page menu bar under COVID.

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