States Ordered To Inflate COVID-19 Cases 15 Times Actual Rate

Wouldn’t this be considered fraud in the business world?


Here’s a video of the Collin County Commissioners Court hearing in Collin County, Texas, where the Commissioners are instructed (ordered?) as to how to count Covid-19 cases. Collin County is north east of Dallas and encompasses Plano, McKinney and Frisco.

You’ll want to begin watching the video (link below) at 15:25

Earlier, only proven cases were counted.

  • Now, “probable” cases are counted (whether or not the person displays any symptoms).
  • Now, if you have had close contact with a “probable” case you are counted.
  • Now, if you display any two of the symptoms (whether you actually have the virus or not), you are counted
  • Now, if you have been to a location where the virus is endemic (where there are lots of cases – such as the entire State of Texas), and you test positive (even if you had it long ago) you are still counted.

You’ll especially want to begin watching at 22:00, where they describe the 17 possible ways to be counted as having Covid-19.

If I’m interpreting this correctly, each confirmed case spawns an additional 16 “probables” which now get added to the case count.

Oh, and lab testing is no longer required for a death to be counted as Covid-19.

You may want to check your county to see of they are counting probable cases as real cases.

Does anyone actually have any idea how many real cases are out there?

Thanks to Stephen Bird for this link

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July 1, 2020 at 07:37PM

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