Posted by Gareth Icke Posted on 26 July 2020

More connections made between falling flu numbers and rising ‘Covid-19’. What shall we call ‘flu’ this year? I know – ‘Covid-19’

Hi David
I have noticed a couple of things that I haven’t seen anywhere else and wanted to flag them to you. If you look at ONS [UK Office of National Statistics] flu data on hospitalisations this year you will see that flu A strain peaked early in the year. Flu B strain hospitalisations however only began to rise in week 10. That is the same week the first Covid deaths were reported and then flu B disappears. İ think they have reclassified flu B deaths as covid. Also the new “breakthrough”  Covid treatment Interferon Beta being hailed by the mainstream is actually a flu treatment.  The BBC failed to mention that and said it was a multiple sclerosis treatment.  

Keep up the good work David, I’m a huge supporter of your work.
Regards 
Ian

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