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Alex Berenson
1/ Okay, the French paper. Published April 11, received no attention. The authors exhaustively tracked an early French cluster in a ski chalet. The findings are of great importance for two reasons: first, one of the cases was a child - a nine-year-old...
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Alex Berenson Apr 21
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2/ He later attended three schools and had contact with 86 people (61 are defined as “high-risk”). Not ONE was infected with .
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Alex Berenson Apr 21
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3/ However, he also had the flu - and he spread that widely - to 19 other students. In total, the investigators traced 172 contacts and found ONE case of coronavirus transmission but 24 flu transmissions and 33 other viral transmissions.
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Alex Berenson Apr 21
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4/ Since the flu and even cold viruses can be deadly to the elderly, this raises the obvious question of whether people whose deaths are classified as “probable” - that is, they don’t have a positive test result but appear to have died of respiratory illness...
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Alex Berenson Apr 21
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5/ Were in fact infected with the coronavirus at all, some other respiratory virus, or nothing. It is unlikely we will ever know.
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Zach Apr 21
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Keep lighting it up, Alex! Great work!
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Greg Norris Apr 21
Alex is top notch.
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ksuh Apr 21
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Hmm, I thought the only cause of death in people is COVID-19. Before then we were immortal.
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Nancy Doyle Apr 21
Replying to @ksuh999 @AlexBerenson
Funny because so sadly true
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Crush the Curve / Social Distancing in Ohio Apr 21
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1470 people per million population have already died in your city, in the Bronx, just in the past 1-2 months So far So the MINIMUM fatality rate is 0.15% with EXTREME MITIGATION in NYC and 1-10% penetration Anybody can see that Already worse than the flu
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unnoan Apr 21
Replying to @EndTax @AlexBerenson
all deaths are tragic. however, these numbers are skewed. nyc has admitted to classifying likely deaths to covid19 without testing them. sadly, we may never know the true count.
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