Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 10 May 2020

Fake ‘alternative’ RT just repeats the ‘virus’ numbers compiled by big-time Gates-connected Johns Hopkins University just like the rest of the media while claiming to be ‘different’


‘The total number of people infected with Covid-19 has passed another somber milestone, exceeding four million, with more than 1.3 million of those hailing from the US, Johns Hopkins University reported.

Globally, 4,004,244 people have already tested positive for coronavirus, the university reported in its latest tally update late on Saturday.

Almost every third person who has fallen ill with the virus comes from the US, where some 1,305,199 cases have been registered to date.

In terms of the number of confirmed cases, the US is followed by early hotspots of the disease in Europe – Spain and Italy – as well as the UK. Russia, where the advance of the deadly virus was delayed due to preemptive efforts to stem the outbreak, has climbed to fifth place with some 198,676 cases.

While the US continues to lead the world in the number of infections by a large margin, Washington has sought to explain the continuous surge in cases by an unprecedented amount of testing that has been supposedly carried out.

Late April, US President Donald Trump claimed that the US was breaking records, testing more people than France, United Kingdom, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, India, Austria, Australia, Sweden and Canada combined.

Although the US also holds the grim record for the total number of the fatalities, with the death toll from the pandemic approaching 80,000 there – the nation is only seventh in terms of Covid-19 deaths per 100,000 people, with the worst-affected countries being Belgium, Spain, Italy, the UK and France.

On Friday, Trump predicted that the final US death toll from the pandemic may be around 95,000 people.’

Read more: Fake ‘alternative’ RT just repeats the ‘virus’ numbers compiled by big-time Gates-connected Johns Hopkins University just like the rest of the media while claiming to be ‘different’

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