Johns Hopkins Forced To Remove Article Showing COVID Deaths Same As Prior Years

If we’re sup­posed to trust the sci­ence and experts, why is John Hop­kins being forced to remove a bomb­shell arti­cle show­ing that COVID-19 deaths in 2020 are the same as pri­or years?

Johns Hop­kins Uni­ver­si­ty ‘newslet­ter’ throws work of grad­u­ate stu­dent under the bus while claim­ing ‘real’ sci­ence from the WHO and CDC is more accu­rate than the facts.

We report­ed yes­ter­day how an arti­cle in a newslet­ter pub­lished at Johns Hop­kins Uni­ver­si­ty showed that total deaths in the US have not increased dra­mat­i­cal­ly in 2020 when com­pared to pri­or years. This arti­cle was tak­en down. The uni­ver­si­ty could not let it stand:

Genevieve Briand, assis­tant pro­gram direc­tor of the Applied Eco­nom­ics master’s degree pro­gram at Johns Hop­kins Uni­ver­si­ty, crit­i­cal­ly ana­lyzed the impact that COVID-19 had on U.S. deaths. Accord­ing to her, the impact of COVID-19 on deaths in the Unit­ed States can be ful­ly under­stood by com­par­ing it to the num­ber of total deaths in the country.

Accord­ing to study, “in con­trast to most people’s assump­tions, the num­ber of deaths by COVID-19 is not alarm­ing. In fact, it has rel­a­tive­ly no effect on deaths in the Unit­ed States.”

The report says:

After retriev­ing data on the CDC web­site, Briand com­piled a graph rep­re­sent­ing per­cent­ages of total deaths per age cat­e­go­ry from ear­ly Feb­ru­ary to ear­ly Sep­tem­ber, which includes the peri­od from before COVID-19 was detect­ed in the U.S. to after infec­tion rates soared.

Sur­pris­ing­ly, the deaths of old­er peo­ple stayed the same before and after COVID-19. Since COVID-19 main­ly affects the elder­ly, experts expect­ed an increase in the per­cent­age of deaths in old­er age groups. How­ev­er, this increase is not seen from the CDC data. In fact, the per­cent­ages of deaths among all age groups remain rel­a­tive­ly the same…

…When Briand looked at the 2020 data dur­ing that sea­son­al peri­od, COVID-19-relat­ed deaths exceed­ed deaths from heart dis­eases. This was high­ly unusu­al since heart dis­ease has always pre­vailed as the lead­ing cause of deaths. How­ev­er, when tak­ing a clos­er look at the death num­bers, she not­ed some­thing strange. As Briand com­pared the num­ber of deaths per cause dur­ing that peri­od in 2020 to 2018, she noticed that instead of the expect­ed dras­tic increase across all caus­es, there was a sig­nif­i­cant decrease in deaths due to heart dis­ease. Even more sur­pris­ing, as seen in the graph below, this sud­den decline in deaths is observed for all oth­er causes.


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