NEW STUDY: Almost Half of COVID Hospitalizations are 'Mild or Asymptomatic' Cases
What if news media only presented what they wanted to present in order to scare the living poo out of you? Well maybe not you exactly, but someone you know who watches CNN un-ironically. Why you're associated with this person is a subject for another time. It seems you and I might not be getting the full story when it comes to SCARY HOSPITALIZATIONS OF THE WUHUFLU which is being leveraged to push UNIVERSAL VACCINATIONS TO PREVENT DEATHS from anyone with a power-complex. Sometimes it can be hard not to get swept in the bold all caps rhetoric of media's chyron graphics blasting doom and gloom on a 24 hour news cycle. I get it. But it could very well be, especially in light of this new study brought to us by The Atlantic, that we're not getting the entire picture. We're getting a picture of Jaws hitting the stern of the Orca, devouring Quint. Spoiler alert. But pull back a little and you'll see the full picture has the entire scene in a bathtub:
The study found that from March 2020 through early January 2021—before vaccination was widespread, and before the Delta variant had arrived—the proportion of patients with mild or asymptomatic disease was 36 percent. From mid-January through the end of June 2021, however, that number rose to 48 percent. In other words, the study suggests that roughly half of all the hospitalized patients showing up on COVID-data dashboards in 2021 may have been admitted for another reason entirely, or had only a mild presentation of disease.
This finding is consistent with what we've been saying for almost a year now, that hospitals test for COVID for patients admitted not for COVID. Remember that motorcyclist who died in Florida last year from a motorcycle accident but was listed as a COVID death? Yeah, the same principle is applied to hospitalizations. Put another way, not all "COVID hospitalizations" are actually COVID hospitalizations. They're hospitalizations of people with something else entirely, and popped positive for COVID.
When I hear "hospitalization" I tend to think "emergency." But that's not always the case, even in an actual "emergency room." If you've ever sat in an ER waiting room, you know of what I speak. There you are, with an "emergency" waiting for hours, watching people who came after you get seen first. Not everyone who is hospitalized is in dire straights, is what I'm saying. "Take me to the hospital my arm is falling off" is less common than "I have a tickle in my throat, call the wambulance."
I'm exaggerating for comedic effect but only barely. We all know someone who really milks it when struck with manflu.
Now, if you read the full Atlantic article and obviously I'm encouraging you do so, the study doesn't take into account the big scary Delta demon variant, and explains some of the mild cases of the WuFlu are among the most holy vaccinated, peace be upon them. Yes, even people who get the poke get sick with the COVIDs and go to the hospital. Imagine my facial expression right now.
All that said, here's the conclusion:
"As we look to shift from cases to hospitalizations as a metric to drive policy and assess level of risk to a community or state or country," Doron told me, referring to decisions about school closures, business restrictions, mask requirements, and so on, "we should refine the definition of hospitalization. Those patients who are there with rather than from COVID don't belong in the metric."
I don't see that happening only because FEAR AND LOATHING IN CORONA is a blockbuster used by our betters in government, media, and power hungry corporate America to flex control.
But sometimes just being aware of the problem is enough to combat it. What I mean by that is: stop letting media, politicians, and tyrannical CEOs control your life.
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