There is this tweet going around about Italian covid deaths
Well, I don’t understand Italian but what I think the report actually says is that 3788 died who didn’t have comorbidities. If there are any italian readers here, please confirm. The link to the pdf is here: https://www.iss.it/documents/20126/0/ReportDecessi_per+COVID+2019_ITA19ottobre.pdf/11374e03-48f7-d516-f5c2-240a91af1f69?t=1634643235212
I am on a tablet otherwise I would see if I could get Google to mangle it into English.
Below you can Translate the Italian PDF to a desirable Language
Import the PDF
Right-Click on pg, Adobe should appear. select convert webpage to adobe.
As of October 5, 2021, out of the 130,468 (1.2%), 1,601 SARS-CoV-2 positive deceased patients under the age of
50 years. In particular, 399 of these were under the age of 40 (245 men and 154 women aged between
between 0 and 39 years).
Respiratory failure was the most commonly reported complication in the sample of deaths from
medical records analyzed (93.6%), followed by acute kidney injury (24.9%), superinfection
(20.1%) and acute myocardial damage (10.2%).
What strikes me is that they counted deaths with “Covid-positive test results”. No attempt was made to differentiate betwen deaths from covid and deaths with covid.
I’ve personally seen a drowning victim counted as a “Covid death” due to a positive post-mortem test, so the numbers, as usual, become meaningless.