A challenge to readers: If you understand this point being made below, then also understand that it doesn’t stop most governments, corporations and media from plowing ahead with their agenda and their practice of hyping their numbers. Some people can see the point, but others don’t, so it doesn’t stop them by itself. It’s the same with any other information. The facts aren’t enough–the facts help some people understand–but it doesn’t stop them. It has to be a matter of will also. It has to be what kind of world YOU want to live in and whether YOU want to go along with the new system.
Cuomo Says 21% of Those Tested in N.Y.C. Had Virus Antibodies
Published April 23, 2020 & Updated May 4, 2020
The preliminary data suggests that many more New Yorkers may have been infected than was previously believed.
More than 21 percent of around 1,300 people in New York City who were tested for coronavirus antibodies this week were found to have them . . .
. . . 3,000 supermarket customers across New York State. Nearly 14 percent of the tests came back positive . . .
I have to say that I don’t see how those two statements match up. Kind of off-putting isn’t it? Frustrating, right?
In any case, what they are saying is that the numbers indicate the “true incidence” of the virus is “more than 2.6 million people” across the state.
So the State (or every jurisdiction) records “250,000” cases or a number like that every day in the media (today its 348,192 and 27,617 deaths–at top of the article – May 15, 2020). But actually using this kind of test sampling, the number is more likely to be 2.6 million projecting onto the state’s population.
So therefore, the fatality rate, as Governor Cuomo says is “relatively low” – “about 0.5 percent” based on whatever numbers he was using when he made the announcement–dividing the number of deaths by 2.6 million.
But, also, by the way many of us suspect the death statistics have been inflated–there is plenty of evidence for this happening.
The above announcement is the same idea as the California studies demonstrated a few weeks ago. The virus is widespread. The “case” numbers they are still posting everywhere create a distorted picture.
Have they corrected this? No.