(Natural News) Alameda County California recently reduced its covid-19 death toll by 25 percent. An investigation found that these fatalities were not a “direct result” of SARS-CoV-2. The previous death toll of 1,634 was reduced to 1,223 fatalities OVERNIGHT. Just like that, health authorities admitted to widespread medical fraud when making a final determination for 411 deaths in one county alone. This sudden revision for hundreds of death certificates should make any rational person question a doctor’s diagnosis and think twice about the official story behind the death of their loved one(s). This seismic reduction in covid-19 mortalities vindicates so-called “conspiracy theorists” who understood that the medical system was defrauding the public all along and failing to properly diagnose and treat patients.
“Alameda County previously included any person who died while infected with the virus in the total COVID-19 deaths for the County,” health officials said in a statement. “There are definitely people who died from reasons that were clearly not caused by COVID,” said Neetu Balram, a spokesperson for the county health agency.
State diagnostic guidelines for COVID are not clearly defined, permit mass medical fraud
Even though changes have been made to the diagnostic criteria and even though the COVID-19 death count is falling; the newly-revised guidelines still DO NOT clearly define a COVID-19 fatality. The guidelines say the county will align with the state’s definition and still count deaths as COVID-19 deaths, even if COVID-19 is a “contributing cause of death” or if COVID-19 “could not be ruled out.” This lax definition for COVID-19 is a convenient way to conceal widespread medical malpractice and diagnostic fraud. Death from any infection is a complex formula, involving multiple underlying factors of the patient’s individual immune system, the level of inflammation in their body, the state of their microbiome, etc. What immune suppressant drugs contributed? Was the patient given adequate treatment early on?
Author: Lance D Johnson
Lance D. Johnson is a freelance investigative journalist focusing primarily on health related topics. His articles have been published by many journals, including Natural News, Nature, The Modesto Bee, Merced Sun-Star, People’s Taliba, Eastern Arizona Courier, Australian National Review, Citizens Journal and more.