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  1. The official death total was a bit less than 800. Those are people who had SARS and died while the infection was active, so that count probably is much lower for those who actually died of SARS. What is the difference? It is like having the flu and coughing so hard you fall down the stairs and break your neck and then claiming it was the flu not the fall that killed you. Why even mention that? One of the facilities that was hit by SARS was a cancer treatment unit, another was a geriatric unit, a third was a senior center where the median age was 92.

  2. None in Toronto. Not by official death certificate. No virus or pathogen was ever isolated and nothing abnormal was detected in the hundreds of lab samples.

    People died during this 2003 span, people die every day, but not one has SARS listed as official cause of death. And the whole panic stricken mess didn’t put a dent in the nominal mortality rate.

    Back in June/July, 2019, tens of thousands of Wuhan residents took to the streets in public protest of deadly industrial smog and the local communist poohbahs decision to erect another huge smokestack. This was covered by CNN, the Guardian, lots and lots, then forgotten, as the MSM works.

    In December 2019, spilling over into 2020, all from claims issued by the Chinese state media, Wuhan no longer had a pollution problem, so thick in chemical and toxic particulates that blocks the midday sun and its river networks saturated with ammonia and much more toxic chemical dumpsite sludge, it had novel coronavirus problem to explain all the sick residents. The MSM, true to its unscrupulous fake roots and content, dropped the pollution angle and went full steam ahead with the 2019nCoC fiction to terrorize audiences.

    This didn’t happen with SARS, though the geographical origin was also China. In SARS a panic swept in and uprooted the city and regional health networks, revealing the awkward, embarrassing truth that no one was in charge or knew what to do.

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