Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. has been warning us about the CDC, FDA and Anthony Fauci types throughout the pandemic ordeal. It turns out he has been right all along.
After taking an extended vacation in 2020 and 2021, the flu decided to magically come back to reality for 2022. Coincidentally, as flu cases began reappearing, the COVID-19 China virus continues its downward plunge.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) imagines as April arrives there have been at least 2.9 million flu illnesses, 28,000 hospitalizations and 1,700 related deaths.
In tandem, both COVID-19 cases and vaccinations in the U.S. continue to spiral down, per the CDC’s own COVID-19 data tracker.
🔹The nation’s COVID-19 seven-day case average dropped 16.6 percent from the previous week’s average.
🔹The current seven-day death average is down 11.4 percent from the previous week’s average. This marks the sixth consecutive week deaths have fallen.
🔹Over half of those who took the first two experimental jabs, have not taken a booster, the CDC said. They did not say how far under half this is: 42%? 34? 21%? 7%? They didn’t offer that information.
🔹The seven-day average number of experimental “vaccines” administered daily dropped 17.6 percent from the previous week.
🔹The seven-day hospitalization average for March 9-15 showed a 27.2 percent decrease from the previous week’s average.
🔹The seven-day average for percent positivity from tests is 2.2 percent, down 0.59 percent from the previous week.
🔹The nation’s seven-day average test volume for the week of March 4-10 was down 11.2 percent from the prior week’s average.
🔹No states reported very high flu activity, though Oklahoma reported high activity for the second week in a row. Kansas and Idaho reported moderate activity for the second consecutive week as well, while Iowa, New Mexico, North Dakota, Texas and Utah reported low activity. The remaining states reported minimal flu activity, while Washington, D.C., reported insufficient data.
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