How Heath Authorities And The Media Lied About Covid Deaths And Comorbidities

Executive Summary

  • Most of those who died from covid had multiple comorbidities.
  • This was lied about and called a conspiracy theory throughout the pandemic.


Health authorities lied about the impact of comorbidities through the pandemic and then smeared people who pointed out the issue with comorbidities as conspiracy theorists.

Are All People Who Question the Allocation of All Covid Deaths Trump and QAnon Supporters and Crazed Right Wing Conspiracy Theorists?

A persistent falsehood has been circulating on social media: the number of COVID deaths is much lower than official statistics, and therefore the danger of the disease has been overblown. In August, President Donald Trump retweeted a post claiming that only 6 percent of these reported deaths were actually from COVID-19. (The tweet originated from a follower of the debunked conspiracy fantasy QAnon.) Twitter removed the post for containing false information, but fabrications such as these continue to spread. In September outgoing U.S. Representative Roger Marshall of Kansas—now incoming senator—complained that Facebook had removed a post in which he claimed that 94 percent of COVID-19 deaths reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “were the result of 2-3 additional serious illnesses and were of advanced age.”

It is curious how Twitter removed those posts, even though important information is contained in them. As with the establishment media, Twitter considers its role to tell its users what they cannot see. And notice the reference to QAnon once again.

The information in those tweets has already been covered in this article, which is that it is misleading to report 100% of deaths related to covid as entirely covid deaths.


Because with very few exceptions, healthy people do not die from covid.

The Scientific American article continues.

The inaccurate idea that only 6 percent of the deaths were really caused by the coronavirus is “a gross misinterpretation” of how death certificates work, says Robert Anderson, chief mortality statistician at the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics. The scope of the coronavirus’s deadly toll is clear, even if the exact toll varies by a small fraction depending on the reporting system. “We’re pretty confident about the scale and order of magnitude of deaths, but we’re not clear on the exact number yet,” says Justin Lessler, an infectious disease epidemiologist at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.

This quote seems to miss the point in Trump and Marshall’s tweets.

The point is that covid may push sick individuals over the edge, so it does not make sense to attribute 100% of the deaths attributable to covid to covid. It is not a “gross misinterpretation” of how deaths are reported.

The Scientific American article continues.

A second part of the certificate lists other conditions that may have contributed to the death yet were not part of the sequence of events that led up to it, he says. These are called comorbidities, and although they can be contributing factors, they cannot be directly involved in the chain of cause and effect that ended in death. Medical conditions such as diabetes or heart disease are common comorbidities, and they can make a person more vulnerable to the coronavirus, Anderson says, “but the fact is: they’re not dying from that preexisting condition.”

This quote is saying two opposing things.

  1. It acknowledges that comorbidities would have reduced the immune systems of the deceased.
  2. Then, it states that this is not part of the sequence of events and that they cannot be directly involved in the chain of cause and effect that ended in death.

This quote seems to misconstrue the claims made by Trump and those who say the mortality from covid is overestimated. It is acknowledged that covid pushed people over the edge, but that does not mean reporting all covid deaths as from covid makes sense.

The Scientific American article continues.

“When we ask if COVID killed somebody, it means ‘Did they die sooner than they would have if they didn’t have the virus?’” Lessler says. Even a person with a potentially life-shortening condition such as heart disease may have lived another five, 10 or more years, had they not become infected with COVID-19.

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