Covid Death Risk Near Zero for Most People, Study Confirms

One of America’s leading medical scientists has confirmed in a new study that the risk of death from COVID-19 is near zero for the vast majority of people.

For the past two years, Stanford University medical scientist John Ioannidis has been arguing that lockdowns, school closures, and vaccine and mask mandates are unnecessary.

Along with the creators of the Great Barrington Declaration, Ioannidis has argued that data shows the risk of death is almost non-existent for most people.

The risk factor for most people is exponentially smaller than for the vulnerable.

Typically the elderly, who already are afflicted with multiple serious illnesses, such as diabetes and heart disease, are at the highest risk of death.

These people, he has insisted, could be cared for in nursing, assisted living, and private homes with early treatments while the healthy are allowed to go about their business.

Now, Ioannidis has published a pre-print study concluding that among people under 70 years old around the world, the infection fatality rates for COVID-19 range from 0% to 0.57%, or a little more than one-half of 1%.

Significantly, he found, the median percentage was 0.05% or one-twentieth of 1%, according to WND.

Ioannidis examined 36 studies along with an additional seven preliminary national estimates.

He broke down the infection fatality rates for certain age groups:

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  • 0-19: 0.0003%
  • 20-29: 0.003%
  • 30-39: 0.011%
  • 40-49: 0.035%
  • 50-59: 0.129%
  • 60-69: 0.501%

Dr. Paul Alexander is a former adviser to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS).

Alexander spotlighted Ioannidis’ study on his Substack page.

“We harmed and killed healthy people and children with the lockdowns and school closures for an infection fatality rate at or lower than yearly flu,” Alexander wrote.

In March 2020, WND reported that Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief White House coronavirus adviser, co-authored an article published in the New England Journal of Medicine predicting the fatality rate for the coronavirus would turn out to be like that of a “severe seasonal influenza.”

Alexander has compiled more than 400 studies showing that COVID-19 lockdowns, shelter-in-place policies, school closures, masks, and mask mandates failed to curb virus transmission or reduce deaths.

Writing for the Brownstone Institute in an article in which he lists the studies, Alexander said the “restrictive policies were ineffective and devastating failures, causing immense harm, especially to the poorer and vulnerable within societies.”

While nearly all governments have attempted compulsory measures to control the virus, he said, the research shows that no government can claim they have had a “discernible impact” on “virus trajectories.”

A study published in January 2021, for example, reported “in the framework of this analysis, there is no evidence that more restrictive nonpharmaceutical interventions (‘lockdowns’) contributed substantially to bending the curve of new cases in England, France, Germany, Iran, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, or the United States in early 2020.”

“We’ve known this for a very long time now,” Alexander said.

“But governments continue to double down, causing misery upon people with ramifications that will likely take decades or more to repair.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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