Where is the deadly pandemic?
The answer is: there isn't one.
"Covid deaths" are inflated
Countries have been classifying a “Covid death” based on rather embarrassing criteria.
Basically, a "Covid death" is dying from anything (like a shark attack or heart disease), but only if the individual "tested positive" within a period of time before dying (usually 28 to 60 days).
Let me simplify that.
If your friend had lung cancer but "tested positive", then your friend is classified as a "Covid death". (Or "Covid-related death".)
If your friend had lung cancer but "tested negative" (or wasn't tested), then your friend is classified as a cancer death.
Do you see the problem?
Here's Dr Ngozi Ezikethe, from the Illinois Department Of Public Health, confirming the above in a public press briefing.
Dr John Lee, a former professor of pathology and NHS consultant pathologist (which means he knows nothing, Jon Snow), warned against all of this, saying that it will lead to inflated numbers and false reporting.
"Covid deaths" look the same as natural deaths
The risk of death “from Covid” is pretty much identical to your background risk of death in general (flu, car accident, whatever).
Adding to that, the older you are, the closer to death you are.