Loss Of Smell And Taste NOT Unique To COVID Infections — It’s A Common Symptom Of ALL Colds and Flu
by tts-admin | Jul 31, 2021 | 10 comments
Introduction – July 31, 2021
Curiously last winter doctors in the UK reported a big drop in the number of cold and flu cases. Was it a coincidence that this happened simultaneously with a sudden “surge” in Covid cases diagnosed?
Or were doctors misdiagnosing common Cold and Flu cases as Covid-19? After all, tens of thousands die annually from seasonal Colds and Flu, most of the deaths occurring among the very old or those with pre-existing condition; the very same who succumb to Covid-19.
These deaths occur every year, to quote from an article that appeared before the current media hysteria over Covid-19:
The data from the ONS (Office of National Statistics) showed a rise of 28,189 deaths in 2015 (5.6%), from 501,424 in 2014 to 529,613 in 2015. This is the highest number since 2003, when there were 539,151 deaths. The percentage increase in 2015 is the largest year-on-year rise since 1967 to 1968 (6.3%). (Number of deaths in England and Wales hits 12-year high)
All of this leads to the question: is Covid-19 really just another variant of seasonal Cold and Flu, like Hong Kong Flu, which killed over 30,000 in the UK in 1968 and over a million worldwide?