How many people have told you covid 19 is a disease that can affect any age-group and anyone of any age is at risk of dying from it? Most of us know this is not the case, just successful scaremongering.
I just came upon this graph from ONS - hadn’t seen the evidence so clearly illustrated before.
There’s a lot of information in this report but one thing stands out clearly – covid19 deaths of working aged people under 65 have been and are NEGLIGIBLE. The average age of death is clearly over 85 and we don’t know exactly how many of these had one of more comorbidities. I understand the vast majority had one or more but don’t have data to confirm that.
Sorry if this is old ‘news’ but I thought it might be useful to share with people who still believe they are somehow at risk when they are not.
Here's another graph showing that by week 38 covid deaths were falling whilst flu and pneumonia deaths were rising. Maybe coronavirus petered out and herd immunity kicked in. Covid19 deaths are currently rising but the PCR tests are, of course, flawed - so this could very possibly be the case. It will be interesting to see how the flu and pneumonia deaths compare.
Flu/Pneumonia Blue/Covid19 Orange.
I'm no Ivor Cummins and don't understand all the different data and graphs we are shown - but these 2 make sense.