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BBC Mislead Public with Cause of Excess Death Figures

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The BBC has today released an article misleading the public claiming that there have been 70,000 excess deaths this year caused by Covid-19.

The Daily Expose can confirm that the number of 70,000 consists of the following –

. Deaths of people assumed to have Covid-19 but who have never been tested.
. Deaths of people who died because of the strain put on society and apparently the NHS by U.K. Government Policy to lock down the country.
. Deaths of people who died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19.

It must be noted that if you were to get knocked down by a bus and lose your life within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19, that your death would be added to the statistics of Covid-19 deaths.

This is a scandal discovered after the Government Imposed first lockdown in which the limit was 45 days from a positive test. Public Health then revised their figures and lowered the limit to 28 days from a positive test.

It should also be noted that the majority of excessive deaths occurred during late April / May, well into the first lockdown. This was a time in which the public were not using the NHS for other illnesses due to a fear of it being overwhelmed, which it never was. This meant that people were not being treated for heart attacks, strokes, cancer etc leading to higher excess deaths.

Finally the strain on society was not caused by Covid-19, it was caused by U.K. Government imposed restrictions on the lives of the U.K Public. Restrictions that were ‘following the science’.

The misleading BBC article can be found here…


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