1 year and 8500 covid deaths later.
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You mean... 90.000 deaths and 8500 of them had a positive Covid-19 test result?
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Exactly! Crazy how people - deliberatly or not - consider a positive PCR test (which is dubious in itself) a covid death. Nothing could be more wrong and this is also why there is no noticeable excess mortality.
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A person who died from covid-19 is only considered to have died from covid-19 in the National Board of Health and Welfare's statistics if the doctor who issued the death certificate for that person determined that covid-19 was the cause of death.
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Yes, the National Board of Health and Welfare compiles statistics based on the cause of death certificates issued by the treating physician but they in the same time don't make any distinction into if it is underlying or contributing causes of death.
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Nope. They registered deaths according to death certificates like it's been for decades.
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6:16 AM · Sep 26, 2021

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ICD-10 koder som inte specificerar svårighetsgrad är inget ovanligt. Dödsorsaksregistret har funnits sen 50-talet, men jag antar att i fjol över en natt vart Sveriges läkarkår helt oförmögen att utföra sitt jobb och ständigt missar hur många inom SÄBO som dör med trafikolyckor.
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