Dr. Jane Philpott: Canada counts its dead too slowly

Dr. Jane Philpott: Canada counts its dead too slowly 1


Dr. Jane Philpott says Canada doesn't have a 'great' process with recording accurate and timely mortality data.

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18 Comments on "Dr. Jane Philpott: Canada counts its dead too slowly"

  1. What about all cause mortality in Canada this year? Have more Canadians died this year overall compared to prior years?

  2. Total death rate is significantly lower than last year. Flu deaths are down by 90%. Why are we locking down?

  3. Covid killed the flu. PCR test is amplified 42X(exponential) = everyone has it.

  4. I am totally cheered up after8 months of lockdown.

  5. Buttery Lannister | December 18, 2020 at 4:07 PM | Reply

    I expected a Harry Carrey voice. “If the moon was made of spareribs”

  6. Don’t worry, she’s just saying what they wrote down for her.

  7. Buck Ó Donnghaile | December 18, 2020 at 4:48 PM | Reply

    She doesn’t look too healthy to me.

  8. Canada annual death rate has decreased from 2018 to 2020 even with the covid going around, it’s 99% plus survival for 69 and younger and 94.6% for 70 and older, all kinds of deaths happen, cancers, car accidents diseases, Covid has not increased the death rate in Canada or USA

  9. family matters | December 18, 2020 at 6:57 PM | Reply

    numbers can be manipulated to serve a purpose

  10. What about those dead of suicide:/ homelessness during all this?.Oh wait nvm .. nobody cares.

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