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By Alyssa Erdley
Observer Staff 

Many Covid Deaths in LA County Involve Underlying Conditions, According to County Health Officials

75% of deaths noted over five separate days involved underlying conditions, according to Health Department press releases

 

January 16, 2022

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Rochelle Walensky, Director of the CDC, did not admit that 75% of Covid deaths in general involved 4 co-morbidities but that 75% of deaths in vaccinated individuals involved 4 or more co-morbidities (Still, isn't that what the vaccine was for? To protect such people?)

January 11, 2022 - Health officials at the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health have only recently released statistics regarding whether deaths listed as from Covid involved underlying conditions. They do not give such data every day.

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Dr. Barbara Ferrer, Director of Public Health (not a medical doctor), has begun distinguishing how many Covid deaths involve underlying conditions

Over the last week, LACDPH officials specified on five days how many of the deaths listed as from Covid involved underlying conditions:

January 4: Of 24 deaths, 20 individuals had underlying conditions

January 5: Of 27 deaths, 18 individuals had underlying conditions

January 6: Of 30 deaths, 21 individuals had underlying conditions

January 7: Of 28 deaths, 24 individuals had underlying conditions

January 10: Of 13 deaths, 9 individuals hd underlying conditions

An analysis of these few data points shows that 75% of the Covid deaths on these days involved individuals who also had an underlying condition.

It is not known if any of these deaths involved people suffering from disease caused by the Delta variant or that caused by the Omicron variant.

 

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