It is hard for me to assume the whole world (and my sports club) is shutting down (then getting sold off for pennies on the dollar) over what is basically a yearly bio-medical event. But that is what our media are telling us so it must be at least partly true. Smoke. Fire. However, I have shown you a few examples of things which contradict what our media are saying re Covid-19. The chart below is another example. It is a European mortality chart and the bottom most country is UK where you can see there were more deaths in Week 03 of 2118 than happening now during this fake IMO crisis. Were all the maddening measures of today taken in 2118? Don't thin' so, Lucy. If you can stop your eyes from rolling out of their sockets, look at the mortality rates in other places, especially at Europe's Ground Zero, Italy. Deaths were much higher in 2016 than now. I ain't buying it. https://www.euromomo.eu/index.html
Intrepid Corona Cadets will click on the link and see this caveat re the current low-ish numbers of deaths and its implications.
Note concerning COVID-19 related mortality as part of the all-cause mortality figures reported by EuroMOMO
Over the past few days, the EuroMOMO hub has received many questions about the weekly all-cause mortality data and the possible contribution of any COVID-19 related mortality. Some wonder why no increased mortality is observed in the reported mortality figures for the COVID-19 affected countries.
The answer is that increased mortality that may occur primarily at subnational level or within smaller focal areas, and/or concentrated within smaller age groups, may not be detectable at the national level, even more so not in the pooled analysis at European level, given the large total population denominator. Furthermore, there is always a few weeks of delay in death registration and reporting. Hence, the EuroMOMO mortality figures for the most recent weeks must be interpreted with some caution.
Therefore, although increased mortality may not be immediately observable in the EuroMOMO figures, this does not mean that increased mortality does not occur in some areas or in some age groups, including mortality related to COVID-19.
Aside from the weaselly way the explanation is worded, even if all the data is not in, has that stopped our media from screaming the sky is falling?