Your big toe is hurting? You’re a coronavirus patient. People who went to the hospital for any reason were counted as coronavirus hospitalizations if they had ever tested positive for the virus back in August.
The so-called “pandemic” is a complete hoax. The media and the government lied about literally everything. That’s now being exposed, but 99.999% of the world will never hear about it.
The figures of those admitted to hospital for coronavirus during the peak of the pandemic were over-reported, it was revealed last night.
Britons who were suffering from other illnesses were included in data collected to monitor the virus outbreak, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The Government’s Science Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) found patients were categorised as Covid-19 hospital admissions if they had ever tested positive for the disease.
And they were included in the number of people who were admitted specifically for coronavirus.
Around 20,000 people a week were admitted to hospital with Covid-19 at the peak of the crisis in April, according to government statistics. The correct figure is not yet known.
It comes after a recent review into the way Public Health England (PHE) calculated coronavirus deaths. More than 5,000 people who died from causes unrelated to the virus were initially included in the statistics – a tenth of the overall death toll.
One top expert today said the statistical error was more widespread for hospital admissions than deaths – but the NHS denies it was happening nationwide and claimed the miscounting only occurred at one trust.
The UK’s coronavirus death toll was then revised and fell by more than 5,000 as it only included those who died within 28 days of a positive test. Before, it counted anyone who had ever died in England – meaning no-one could ever truly recover.
Professor Graham Medley, an infectious disease modelling expert from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, was asked to examine the situation by Sage.
He told the Daily Telegraph: ‘By June, it was becoming clear that people were being admitted to hospital for non-Covid reasons who had tested positive many weeks before.
‘Consequently, the NHS revised its situation report to accommodate this.’
Experts have warned that the over-counting is a worry because the hospital admission figures had been used to look at the current circumstances of the crisis.
Professor Carl Heneghan, director of the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine at the University of Oxford, said: ‘The admissions data is a crucial point.. I’d say it is more important than the death data because it is the best marker of the impact of the disease.’
The problem was first noticed on June 18, when government scientists made their worries clear that non-Covid patients were being added to the outbreak statistics, according to Sage minutes.
Public Health England, the NHS Medical Director and Professor Medley were asked to assemble a group.
‘So, we saw with the death statistics, that initially a “Covid death” was defined as any death in which the person had previously tested positive,’ Professor Medley said.
‘The same is true, but even more so, for hospital admissions. In order to capture all the potential manifestations of the disease at the start of the epidemic, all admissions of people who had tested positive were counted as “Covid-related admissions”.’
The NHS claimed it told hospitals trusts in June that they should only count admissions as any patient who had tested positive for Covid-19.
It claimed it then found out from government advisers that Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust was recording anyone who had ever tested positive for Covid-19.
The discovery prompted them to issue further guidance to urge health bosses to only include patients who were diagnosed ‘recently’. But it did not specify what classed as recently.
NHS England then sent out repeated guidance on July 1 urging trusts to only count patients who had recently tested positive.
NHS England said there had not been a change in the trend line for admissions from July.
It is not known how many people were wrongly registered as coronavirus patients before July. Around 450 people were admitted to hospital at Imperial Trust between the start of the pandemic and July 1.
Experts say the correct number is needed to also work out death rates.
Professor Heneghan added: ‘If admissions are going up, then that should drive the lockdown. But currently you have people with active infections, those who have tested positive but have been discharged, and those who have contracted it in hospital, so it isn’t helpful.
‘This really does need sorting out as we go into the winter, otherwise we get into this noisy position where we can’t understand what’s going on.
‘There will be loads of people coming in with different conditions who have survived this, so it’s a huge problem. It’s clouding our judgment as to whether the disease is having a significant impact.’
Everyone who was going to get the disease already got the disease, and now it is clear that the numbers of people who got the disease were blatantly manipulated.
The peak of the curve was a complete hoax and it is likely that the actual number will never be truly known. If they needed to make up numbers this way, it is clear that the virus was nowhere near as dangerous as they claimed.
Aside from what the actual death rate of the disease may be, which appears to be about the same as the regular flu, another question remains: why were authorities trying to make people scared?
What is this agenda?
Why did they collapse the economy?
Why are they driving people insane with all of these bizarre measures?
This agenda is coordinated across nearly every Western country – where is all of this going?
Given what we know now, it’s baffling that the masses of people are still not demanding answers.