May 5, 2022

World Health Organization Acknowledges Undercounting of COVID-19 Deaths

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Not 6 million but 21 million.

And it has all happened because of a virus that caught the world unprepared.

The WHO report released today states that total deaths as reported by national health authorities attributable to COVID-19 don’t take into account excess mortality, or as it describes, “the mortality above what would be expected based on the non-crisis mortality rate.”

Excess mortality is not a measure that can easily be gleaned from across the planet. Why not? Because not all countries measure mortality at the same pace and in the same way. Data reporting techniques differ. Some countries don’t even measure at all. This makes calculating excess mortality problematic.

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