Data Suggests COVID Hospitalizations Are Overreported


COVID hospitalizations have fueled mass hysteria over mask mandates and vaccine passports, but new data suggests the numbers are overreported.

That's because medical researchers at Harvard, Tufts and Veterans Affairs argue nearly half of COVID hospitalizations are mild or asymptomatic, having tested positive while treated for unrelated issues.

“Whether it be nurses. Whether it be doctors. Just about every single case they can find or try to report as a COVID-19 case, they will do so,” says attorney Jared Woodfill, who represents Houston Methodist staff suing over the hospital's vaccine mandate.

“What this study is showing us is what we've known for a long time now, that the number of folks who actually have COVID is being overreported. And the number of folks that actually have serious issues related to COVID also has been overreported.”

According to Johns Hopkins, about 670,000 Americans have died of COVID, or 1.5 percent of the 41.7 million confirmed cases in the U.S.

“When you've got folks like The Atlantic. When you've got folks like Bill Maher, who are now raising questions with respect to the numbers. Questions that conservatives have been raising for about a year. It shows we're moving in the right direction and ultimately the truth is going to catch up with a whole lot of lies,” says Woodfill.


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