The death rate of coronavirus is the same as flu, so the WHO didn’t have any reason to declare it a pandemic. Probably there is a hidden agenda behind this declaration. The situation has nothing to do with health and healing the sick, it’s all about money, involving billions of profits for pharma oligarchs and their labs, especially if this prompts a WHO-led forced vaccination campaign, enhanced through military and police surveillance. It is possible that people with flu symptoms may be falsely diagnosed with Covid-19, because it is good for the publicity. Bill Gates and his foundation are behind all this, since he has been funding vaccination programmes in Africa for decades and both him and the Rockefellers make no secret that one of their ultimate goals for planet earth is a drastic population reduction. It is amply clear that this is a huge money-making and public-rip-off proposition by the pharma industry. What makes this multi-billion-dollar scam even worse, is that it is officially sanctioned by Western governments and international organisations, foremost WHO, UNICEF and the World Bank.
Without wanting to downplay COVID-19, in terms of the global population, the mortality figures are insignificant. The data from China corresponds to natural processes, we should not think that man is immortal.
This is a recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation attempt to downplay the severity and urgency of the COVID-19 outbreak, which has been classified as a pandemic by the World Health Organisation. Pro-Kremlin media have spread a variety of false claims to push this message, for example that COVID-19 is fake and a political move to install hegemony, that the outbreak is only an attempt to distract the world from real issues, that the virus is safe, and that the reason behind coronavirus scaremongering is a Western effort to weaken China.
The novel coronavirus, which causes the COVID-19 disease, belongs to a family of viruses originating in animals that include others such as SARS and MERS. It was first reported in the city of Wuhan in central China in late 2019 and has been rapidly spreading across the world, with cases being reported in 190 countries, territories and areas. The number of COVID-19 cases has surpassed 777,000 globally with over 37,000 deaths as of 31 March 2020.
There are major challenges associated with accurately calculating the COVID-19 death rate, including insufficient data about the denominator (i.e., the number of people who are infected with the virus). Currently, the research consensus indicates that COVID-19 is less deadly than SARS (9.5% mortality) but more deadly than influenza (0.1% mortality). However, the death rate aside, the major concern with the COVID-19 pandemic is its potential to overwhelm national healthcare systems, resulting in even more deaths because patients cannot receive treatment as hospitals exceed capacity. Thus, flattening the curve and limiting the spread of the virus - which is highly transmittable - is recommended as an essential precautionary measure by international health authorities, including the WHO.