Many in the Irish community have long expected that the Covid-19 death rates and the daily reporting of Covid-19 death statistics produced by the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) are grossly over estimated.
Now a respected Irish Coroner, Patrick O’Connor has told the Sunday Times that “death figures reported by NPHET “do not have a scientific basis.”
In the Sunday Times article, Coroner O’Connor who holds the position of Public Information Officer at the Coroners Society of Ireland said;
“Recording Covid-19 as the principal cause of death when a person was already terminally ill raised questions about the accuracy of the figures.
In reality, a lot of people have terminal cancer or multiple serious co-morbidities. People can die from Covid or with Covid. I think numbers that are recorded as Covid deaths may be inaccurate and do not have a scientific basis.”
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