Is the CDC's COVID Death Count Really "Evidence-Based"? [VIDEO]

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On Sept. 5th, Sayer Ji, founder of, interviewed former death records clerk, Joy M. Fritz, on the recent controversy over the CDC's alleged admission that only 6% of the estimated 181k decedents from Covid-19 died solely as a result of infection from the virus, the misunderstandings around the CDC's reports on excess deaths, as well as long-standing problems with the way death certificates are coded and understood by the public

In the interview, Joy reveals a hitherto undisclosed fact about "excess deaths" that has not been reported elsewhere. Namely, from 2014 to 2017 deaths increased by ~187,000. From 2017 to 2020 deaths are projected to increase by 5% or ~141,000. Apparently having a pandemic saved 46,000 lives. #ThanksCOVID #statisticalcontext, 

According to Joy's most recent update, submitted on Sept 6th, 

"So it looks like the excess deaths are now being compared by week in the previous years, so it looks a little alarmist right now with it showing excess deaths at 111%, but our total death number versus 2017's total death number is still 952,398 shy of hitting 2017 death toll. That's 33.9% left of the total to fulfill to hit even 100% of 2017 numbers. With 118 days left in the year which is 32.3% of the year, we are pretty exactly on par with 2017 numbers."

Also, this interview discloses how the CDC's provisional death counts are based 100% on medical opinion/beliefs/thinking and not on scientific facts or medical evidence -- despite contrary perceptions and claims by the public, media, and even many government officials themselves. To learn more, follow Joy M Fritz on the following platforms:

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The video that inspired this interview: COVID death recording manipulation on Facebook (it got censored from YouTube) :

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Views expressed here do not necessarily reflect those of GreenMedInfo or its staff.
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