Vaccines have a special set of rules.What would the MSM say if these two women suffered similarly after a chiropractic adjustment?
Do you think the chiropractors would get away with saying the adverse event was just a coincidence? That they would have been paralyzed anyway, for no reason?
A quarter of all deaths previously attributed to COVID-19 in Alameda County weren’t actually caused by the coronavirus, the Alameda County Public Health Department announced today.
That puts the county’s new official COVID-19 death toll at 1,223, down from 1,634.
The 25% decrease—or 411 cases—is due to the fact that COVID “wasn’t a direct cause” of death in these cases, according to county health officials.
County officials decided to revise the numbers after they reviewed guidance from the California Department of Public Health about how to classify deaths as being caused by COVID-19. The new count more accurately reflects how many people died as a direct result of, or complications from, a COVID-19 infection.