Even though I had hoped that the coronavirus was going to result in millions if not billions of people dying, that has so far not proven to be the case. The death total has only reached 11,000 across the world.
The death toll from the new coronavirus has surpassed 5,000 in Europe, with Italy, Spain and Germany reporting a steep rise in infections.
Worldwide deaths surged past 11,000 on Saturday, according to data collected by the Johns Hopkins University in the United States. More than 277,000 people have been infected, while some 88,000 have recovered.
It is interesting to note that 23,000 people in the United States alone have died from the flu according to estimates from the government. That’s more than twice the number of people who have died around the world from the coronavirus.
Yet despite the flu being much more of a problem, we saw no calls to lock down entire countries to battle its spread.
Plus, most of the people dying from the coronavirus are old people or those with pre-existing health conditions. If they didn’t die from the coronavirus, they would have probably died soon from something else.
I do believe that the coronavirus is a legitimate problem, but I believe that the extent of the problem is being grossly exaggerated. Unfortunately, the overreaction to it has triggered events which threaten to destroy the entire global economy. And if we are to be honest, this was probably all part of a plan to justify the implementation of all sorts of insane agendas. Even if it wasn’t, it provides a convenient excuse to implement these insane agendas.