So… lockdowns have proven, as I predicted, to be unscientific hypotheses which were ineffective in preventing infections. Families are 18x more likely to spread the disease (which travels by surface), according to Japanese research. However, the thing that we can see is the clear change in death rate per infection after March 23rd, 2020, and the subsequent rise in America’s death rate towards world averages, using WHO daily report data.
It has also turned out that the WHO data is probably inaccurate. Since it is showing a ~6% death rate, but Stanford research and Italian data show a rate more close to .25-.56% or around 0.42%. If the WHO data is manipulated or algorithmic, rather than actual measurements, what would a ratio down of these numbers look like (as a more “realistic” or “conservative”) estimate? Therefore, take a look at a graph which ratchets down these [probably] over-hyped WHO numbers. Even the CDC is already adjusting numbers down by 25% in wake of “died by COVID” vs. “died with COVID” controversial reporting.