In the period prior to the alleged emergence of Covid-19, the leading cause of death in the UK was attributed to four types of pneumonia. However, a former Director of End-of-Life Care has come forward, shedding light on significant changes in the reporting of deaths following the purported onset of the pandemic.
This shift was catalyzed by the introduction of a new Medical Examiner System tasked with certifying deaths. Under this system, Medical Examiners began classifying all forms of pneumonia-related fatalities as Covid-19 cases. This revelation raises alarming questions about the accuracy of reported Covid-19 mortality rates.
The ex-NHS Director, known as Sai, took to Twitter to provide a personal account of the alterations to the death reporting process within the NHS. Sai pointed out that by grouping together distinct diseases and labeling them as Covid-19, a surge in reported Covid-19 deaths was inevitable.
This surge was exacerbated by the implementation of the Medical Examiner System, which led to common conditions like old age, myocardial infarctions, end-stage kidney failure, hemorrhages, strokes, COPD, and cancer, all being certified as Covid-19 deaths.
Sai also highlighted a concerning practice in hospitals, wherein they would switch between the Medical Examiner System and the pre-pandemic reporting system at their discretion. This maneuvering allowed for a manipulation of reported Covid-19 deaths, further fueling the narrative of a pandemic.
In a startling revelation, Sai emphasized that hospitals were financially incentivized to report Covid-19 deaths over other causes. The government provided additional funding for each reported Covid-19 fatality. This financial incentive, coupled with the systemic changes, raises questions about the integrity of reported Covid-19 statistics.
Sai firmly asserted a belief that the government had been planning for the pandemic since 2016, particularly with the proposal of changes to medical death certification. This assertion suggests a long-term strategy at play in the handling of the Covid-19 crisis.
Sai’s account provides a unique insider perspective, shedding light on what they perceive as questionable practices within the healthcare system. It is important to approach such claims with a critical eye, seeking multiple sources and perspectives to form a comprehensive understanding of the complex issues surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.