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We need to ask that question: Will vaccine deaths exceed COVID deaths? When the COVID-19 situation started about a year ago, the governments predicted extreme amounts of death. They said avoidance of those predicted deaths was the top priority. As of February 25, 2021, they were claiming 518,808 deaths with COVID-19. They were also claiming 28,981,600 Coronavirus Cases. That is from a population of 332,267,382 people in the United States as of February 25, 2021, according to Worldmeter.
The number of deaths based on their numbers is about 1 out of every 640 people in the United States. To apply that to something local, in the town I live in, maybe 1 person would have died in the last year from coronavirus. The question is, says who? When I say who, I do not mean the World Health Organization, I mean who. I say who, as in what person, which person, and should we believe them?
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