After apparently discovering an “error,” the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has removed tens of thousands of deaths – related to covid from its data tracker website.
Nearly a quarter of deaths recorded, for those under the age of 18 years, has been removed from the database, raising suspicions that the CDC have been exaggerating the risk of covid to young people and children.
“Data on deaths were adjusted after resolving a coding logic error,” the CDC is now claiming as an excuse. “This resulted in decreased death counts across all demographic categories.”
Because the CDC relies on information being passed on by states, who lodge the information voluntarily, it’s possible that deaths had been overly exaggerated to scare the public and enforce more control over their lives.
Those who have advocated for the vaccine, have heavily relied on the information provided by the CDC, and oftentimes, States across the country, have used the CDCs advice to implement lockdowns and restrictions.
The current head of the CDC, Rochelle Walensky, has cited this fake data multiple times – ultimately recommending that children 5 to 11 years of age should be vaccinated for a virus that likely wouldn’t be anymore than a common cold.
A Georgia resident, Kelley Krohnert, has been tracking the data updates from the CDC and Krohnert found that the total number of those who have died (allegedly) from covid dropped by 71,000 and there are 416 fewer child deaths listed.
There has already been an adjustment made in August 2021, “after the identification of a data discrepancy.”
Krohnert wrote an email to Epoch Times, saying that, “The update is an improvement, but it’s at least the third correction to this data, and still does not solve the issue,”
“It just highlights that people have been using a flawed source of data when discussing kids and COVID.”
The National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) is managed by the CDC and it is often claimed that their covid sources are more reliable, including doctors, despite the fact they come from the same place – the CDC.
The numbers by NCHS, gathered using death certificates and the list currently states that around 921 deaths have occurred in children who had received a covid vaccine and 966,000 deaths among all other ages – who had also received the vax.
Death certificates aren’t 100 percent reliable, however, since some death certificates state the person’s death as covid when it was obviously something else – like a car crash.
A spokesperson from NCHS explained to a Times reporter, that their death count includes those who died with the virus and also includes those who died from the virus.
“COVID-19 was listed as the underlying cause, or the primary death cause, on about 90 percent of death certificates at the time,” reports explain.
Drownings have been listed by the CDC as covid deaths and motorcycle deaths have also been listed the same way.
A clinical researcher for pediatric infectious diseases at University Hospital Southampton, Dr. Alasdair Munro, wrote that these numbers are “slightly worrying that this data was being used widely in the U.S. to guide or advocate for policy.”
“It’s outrageous to quietly footnote such a consequential error,” added Jessica Adams, a former regulatory review officer at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).