The Lisbon court has ruled that only 0.9% of ‘verified cases’ died of Covid-19, totaling 152, instead of the 17,000 claimed by the faked government Covid death statistics.
Following a petition started by a citizen, a court in Lisbon was forced to provide verified data on Covid-19 mortalities. The documents revealed that the number of verified Covid-19 deaths from January 2020 to April 2021 is only 152, a drastically lesser number than the 17,000 deaths claimed by the government.
The data is from the Sistema de Informação dos Certificados de Óbito (Death Certificate Information System – SICO) in Portugal. All the other deaths appear to be as a result of unrelated reasons, with many of those listed having tested positive on PCR tests, again, suggesting that the tests are completely unreliable.
Kary Mullis, the inventor of the PCR test has previously stated they are not reliable for testing for viruses as the results can be interpreted to create the “illusion” of a pandemic. Many Covid tests have high cycle thresholds – most are set to 37 or 40 – meaning that there are a large number of false positives.
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