How a Preposition Reduced COVID Deaths in Italy by 97% – Not Satire


The Italian Higher Institute of Health might have changed the definition of COVID deaths from with COVID to by COVID, according to an article in Il Tempo. That one change in wording has brought the number of COVID deaths down from 130,468 to 3,783.

An example of what this means in real terms is that we treat COVID differently from other infections. People are admitted to hospitals when they are ill. They then contract other infections like COV, MERS, pneumonia, or Sepsis because of their weakened state. We don’t necessarily say they died from incidental infections, we often attribute their deaths to the original illness which weakened them.

The change in Italy has reduced the country’s death toll by 97 percent. With this change, COV then becomes less lethal than influenza.

Italian newspaper Il Tempo reported the news. Only 3,783 COV deaths would be directly attributable to the virus alone under this definition.

It is difficult translating from Italian and it’s not clear if this is an official position or opinion. The Il Temp report might have come from this report.

“According to the Institute, 65.8% of Italians who died after being infected with Covid were ill with arterial hypertension (high blood pressure), 23.5% had dementia, 29.3% had diabetes, and 24.8% atrial fibrillation. Add to that, 17.4% had lung problems, 16.3% had had cancer in the last five years and 15.7% suffered from previous heart failures.”

If this was done in other governments, we would have similar results. Other countries won’t do it when we have The Great Reset and have given extraordinary control over our lives to politicians and greedy Pharma.

It’s unclear if Italy will make the vaccine mandatory but they have their populace very upset with the threat of vaccine passports. Watch (3 clips):

Update: Due to the difficulty in translating, it’s possible this is not an official position, but rather an opinion.

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