COVID Deaths in Canada: A Questionable Statistic
By: John C. A. Manley
Before Canadians surrender anymore of their freedoms to COVID-19 propaganda, can we stop and ask some critical questions?
COVID is unquestionably much worse than a bad flu season,” says Dr. Allison McGeer, an infectious disease specialist at Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital, in an interview with the CBC.
McGeer cites government statistics (as of June 17) showing a COVID mortality rate of 22 deaths per 100,000 Canadians.
By comparison, the death rate for influenza in Canada on an annual basis is usually between nine and 13 deaths per 100,000 people…”
Does this one statistic really make COVID “unquestionably” worse than the flu?
Are not questions a fundamental part of the scientific process, whereby a theory is tested over the fires of inquiry?