CDC director says 75% of COVID-19 deaths ‘had four or more comorbidities’

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(Worthy News) – Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said 75% of people who died of had at least four comorbidities, sparking an outpouring of commentary from people surprised by her statement and others saying, “I told you so.”

The top health official made the comment on ABC’s Good Morning America on Friday, days after Dr. Anthony Fauci said on TV that statistics on child hospitalizations are being overblown. Vaccine mandate skeptics have said the COVID-19 death toll was inflated by people who died with COVID-19 as opposed to dying of COVID-19, and some of them claimed they were made into pariahs or punished on social for making these claims.

Walensky’s assertion means the 834,000 deaths in the that have been attributed to COVID-19 could be lowered to just over 200,000. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]

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