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Covid facts:

Fact findings of covid 19 by forensics.

Most Covid 19 patients with a severe course die from previous illnesses and from the virus infection due to their old age (just like people used to die since millions of years now we have obviously a human-created component in this process comings from a Chinese laboratory in Wuhan. Which is denied by the Chinese communist apparatchiks as usual when they might loose "face".


What forensic medicine tells us about covid viral infections:


This is the result of an evaluation by the Institute for Forensic Medicine at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE).





The doctors carried out 735 autopsies for this purpose last year. 618 of them died of Covid-19. In the case of seven percent, however, another cause is responsible for death.

Thai Covid Corruption.

Covid a pathology approach.

A total of 88 percent of those who died of Covid-19 had at least three to four previous illnesses and the vast majority of all deaths were older than 76 years. According to the UKE scientists, some deaths with the new Covid 19 mutations have also already been autopsied. However the causes of death are the same as with the conventional virus variant.

Covid Autopsy & Digital Forensics around the Covid - Virus.


But the forensic doctors also had good news: The number of Covid 19 deaths from pulmonary embolism has fallen noticeably. "Of the first hundred deaths in the spring of last year more than half died of pulmonary embolism," said forensic doctor Benjamin Ondruschka when asked by a German magazine. In the meantime the number has decreased noticeably.


The chances of survival:


The chances of survival for seriously ill Covid-19 patients could be increased by using anticoagulants. This is also confirmed by the



Autopsy of more than 600 covid cases:



The anticoagulants - also known as blood thinners - reduce thrombosis and pulmonary embolism. As the examination of the deceased shows, the life span was extended by the blood thinners, but the patients could not always be saved.


As early as May, the researchers at the UKE had warned that the blood clotting caused by Sars-CoV-2 is often extremely out of whack. In many Covid 19 sufferers, the blood clumps, it was said at the time.


At the time, the German Society for Thrombosis and Hemostasis Research also recommended that every patient treated in the hospital be treated with the drug heparin in high doses, unless there was anything against it.


“The anticoagulants help, but cannot always prevent fatal pulmonary embolisms,” says the study author Ondruschka. However, the medical professionals had a "learning curve" behind them since the first wave a year ago: "We have reduced the absolute number of thromboses and extended the survival phase of those who finally died," said the forensic doctor when presenting the study in Hamburg.


Causes of death: age previous illnesses and obesity.


(to put it simple this are also the normal cases people die from.)]


Most corona patients with severe disease also die of multiple organ failure or sepsis in addition to pulmonary embolisms.


According to the UKE scientists, these causes of death are often favored by a number of previous illnesses, which mainly occur in people of old age. People with severe disease mostly suffered from high blood pressure, kidney failure, diabetes, tumors or chronic lung disease (COPD). Only one percent of the dead would have had no previous illness - the causes have to be researched more precisely here.


An unhealthy lifestyle often makes things even more difficult: 20 percent of the deceased were pathologically overweight. "Obesity is a decisive factor in severe cases," says Ondruschka.


The youngest corona death to be autopsied:


The youngest corona death to be autopsied by the doctors was 29 years old, the oldest 100. Seven people died as a result of the infection before they were 50 years old. Statistically, the men who died were slightly younger than the women, and more men than women died. Children or adolescents were not among the deaths studied.


Only one effective drug.


Despite intensive research there are still too few effective drugs against Covid-19, says Stefan Kluge head of the clinic's intensive care clinic. "Dexamethasone is the only drug that has been shown to lower mortality," says Kluge. In the case of Remdesivir, however, the high hopes would have been disappointed. "Large studies have shown that remdesivir has little effect on the seriously ill," says Kluge.


Although 400 drugs are currently being examined for covid worldwide, there are also an extremely large number of setbacks. "We know for example that despite all the announcements vitamin D does not protect against severe disease," says Mr. Kluge.


A Chinese PR Stunt?

.Didn't the new coronavirus come from a laboratory in Wuhan?

Sars Covid fact finding mission in WUHAN a Chinese PR Stunt? Actually my experience with Chinese people tells me never belive anything what they say if the subject is a mayyer of face-saving that's the same with the Thai who are a Chinese tribe from the Sichuan province.

The institute of virology in Wuhan the source of the covid virus?

A German physicist has gathered evidence that supports the thesis of an artificial origin. But what good is this "study"?

A press conference of the top-class WHO team of experts took place in Wuhan which had been looking for possible origins of Sars-CoV-2 in China for four weeks but of course spent almost half of the time in quarantine in the hotel room. As had been feared the Covid news value of the knowledge gained on site was kept within narrow limits. So the search for the Covid source was very limited due to the local circumstances due with the Chinese bureaucracy.

At the press final press conference held together with Chinese colleagues the head of the team the Dane Peter Ben Embarek once again advocated the theory that has long been considered the most likely: The virus probably originated from a bat species and spread to humans via an intermediate animal host .

Important Considerations:

What is to be made of these claims, some of which have been discussed for a long time? The fact that the intermediate host has not yet been discovered is indeed in need of clarification - also to protect against further outbreaks. The pangolin is particularly suspected. One of its coronaviruses shows considerable similarities with Sars-CoV-2, especially when it comes to the prickly protein.

It is true that bats were not traded on the market. The WHO mission also focused on animals such as sunroofs and bamboo rats, which were very much offered for sale on the market - and which can also be infected with Sars-CoV-2. Did you bring the virus to market?


The WHO team also confirmed that coronavirus research was being carried out at the institute, but could not find a clear connection. The virological thesis that Sars-CoV-2 has properties that indicate laboratory origin is based on the nanoscientist mainly on a very controversial, but often clicked, article by the Chinese virologist Li-Meng Yan, who fled to the USA. The text was published on the Zenodo platform in September, also without expert opinion. It caused quite a stir, but received harsh criticism from experts, which the Washington Post recently reported in detail.

An unquoted technical article.

Wiesendanger did not cite one of the very few specialist articles that appeared in a scientific journal as a kind of "preprint" and at least does not exclude the laboratory orthosis due to the structure of the prickly protein of Sars-CoV-2, which says something about the quality of his work .


This text comes from the microbiologist Rossana Segreto, who works as a laboratory assistant at the University of Innsbruck, and the biotech entrepreneur Yuri Deigin, who works in Canada, and was published in November in an online version of the journal "Bio Essays". But only after it had apparently previously been rejected by seven other magazines.


In interviews Segreto indicated some interesting views:


In interviews, Segreto: - who did not receive quite as much media attention as the hobby virologist Wiesendanger - criticized that the possibility of laboratory manipulation as the origin of the pandemic was ruled out too early. At least on that point she and Wiesendanger are right. After all even the WHO chief admitted a week ago that this hypothesis should be investigated further.


Whether it is true is another question. In any case the relevant evidence in the nanoscientist's "study" does not really help much.