“Alameda County previously included any person who died while infected with the virus in the total COVID-19 deaths for the County,” health officials said in a statement. “There are definitely people who died from reasons that were clearly not caused by COVID,” said Neetu Balram, a spokesperson for the county health agency.
Even though changes have been made to the diagnostic criteria and even though the COVID-19 death count is falling; the newly-revised guidelines still DO NOT clearly define a COVID-19 fatality. The guidelines say the county will align with the state’s definition and still count deaths as COVID-19 deaths, even if COVID-19 is a “contributing cause of death” or if COVID-19 “could not be ruled out.” This lax definition for COVID-19 is a convenient way to conceal widespread medical malpractice and diagnostic fraud. Death from any infection is a complex formula, involving multiple underlying factors of the patient’s individual immune system, the level of inflammation in their body, the state of their microbiome, etc. What immune suppressant drugs contributed? Was the patient given adequate treatment early on?
More importantly: How many COVID-19 diagnoses were written on death certificates “out of an abundance of caution” because the patient “came in contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19?” How many patients were sedated and neglected, their condition made worse at the hospital, with no family member or advocate there to support them -- only to be classified as COVID deaths? How many thousands of patients were left untreated, their lungs destroyed on ventilators? How many hospitals cashed in on financial incentives by including COVID-19 on the death certificate, without any proof of specific symptoms? How many patients contracted super bug infections or pneumonia at the hospital but "COVID-19 could not be ruled out as the cause."
In California, hospitals were NOT required to publish the number of cycles used in their PCR tests. A cycle count (Ct) greater than 17 will automatically turn up a set percentage of false positives in any cohort of patients. A patient who tests “positive” and dies later on from other health issues could simply have non-infectious viral RNA in their sinus cavity that is from a previous coronavirus infection. The previous infection has nothing to do with the patient’s current health situation, yet covid-19 is recorded as the cause of death, with no hard evidence. Most of the covid-19 PCR tests were calibrated with cycle counts greater than 28, with some tests as high as 45! These fraudulently calibrated tests can turn up false positives up to 97 percent of the time, and can pick up fragments of other respiratory viruses that signal a false positive for covid-19.
Like many counties and municipalities across the United States and the rest of the world, Alameda County California failed to properly diagnose covid-19 for over a year. The county’s covid-19 death total included anyone who tested positive for covid-19 during a hospital stay that preceded their death. In this case, medical authorities used the falsely-calibrated PCR tests on dead patients, often classifying COVID as the cause of death in accordance with the false positivity rate. The inevitable tally of false positives in dead patients were listed as the primary cause of the person’s death and were fraudulently factored into the state’s total death count from covid-19. This diagnostic fraud occurred on a global scale, distracting from the real health issues caused by this bioweapon and covering up countless deaths caused by a systemically broken system of medicine.