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Subject: In the case of the misinformation about body retrieval in NYC, there's no way of first responders knowing when they retrieve a body whether or not COVID-19 is a factor. Thus, saying that these are COVID-19 bodies retrieved is highly itrresponsbile.

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Date Posted: Sunday, April 12, 09:42:57am
In reply to: But nonetheless, the stay-at-home policy is working. 's message, "The numbers reported daily are the "known" confirmed deaths, and it would be ignorant to think the truue numbers are confined to those reported on news." on Sunday, April 12, 09:01:54am

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Never let a crisis go to waste. Count all the dead as Coroanvirus to advance the agenda. (NT)Ron EmanuelSunday, April 12, 10:40:34am
When you factor in the spike of at-home deaths now (and of various ages), opposed to those of the same time, in years prior, yes it is reasonable to access these are likely COVID victims. -Time and data will prove. -VIDEO ...A clear indication are the indigent deaths and paupers grave burials at NY's Hart Island these days. Officals say they usually average 25/week ...with COVID these burials have been 25/DAY!Sunday, April 12, 11:03:04am

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