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CDC: Death certificates declare homicides, suicides and missing persons as Covid deaths

During 2020, 378,048 deaths in the US were attributed to Covid-19 on death certificates reported to CDC. Because the registration model was questioned and it was hypothesised that some deaths

Evidence Synthesis: What is a “Covid Case”

Evidence Synthesis: What is a “Covid Case” What is a Covid case? The WHO has updated its Covid case definition (16 December). These continue to include suspected, probable and confirmed

Lack of transparency, alarmism, excessive spending, vested interests. The mistakes pointed out to the management of the 2009 pandemic

The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has given negative points for most of the European interventions made during the H1N1 pandemic in 2009, and alerted to serious

A brief overview of the pandemic

On 3 March this year the WHO revealed the characteristics of this new virus detected in China.  It would have a lethality rate of 3.4% which was the result of

Fight against Covid divides scientists: what the two ideological groups advocate

Although there are multiple views on the pandemic, two substantially different models share the preference of most researchers, policy makers and the general population. In this table, we summarize these

What is a pandemic?

Pandemic refers to an epidemic that has spread to several countries or continents, generally affecting a large number of people (CDC- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). or It is

Does it make sense to compare “the Spanish flu of 1918” with the Covid-19 epidemic?

Many articles, statements and videos have compared the current pandemic with the 1918 pandemic, also known as the “Spanish Flu”. They even state that we can learn important lessons about
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