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Is the COVID-19 Data Reliable?

Listening to the media these days can be a frightening experience. I know that it is confusing for everyone, and that we are all trying to figure things out, but hopefully, we can at least all agree that the COVID-19 data is unreliable for a variety of reasons. How? 
Every 37 seconds, one person in the US dies of heart disease (which is largely preventable btw with a whole food plant based diet). If this person is in hospice and happens to test positive for COVID (with inaccurate tests), then according to the wisdom of the CDC and Dr. Deborah Birx, they become part of the COVID count as well. In addition, most of the people hospitalized for coronavirus are elderly, and 94% have at least one underlying health condition or chronic disease (e.g., heart disease, cancer, obesity, diabetes, etc.), while 88% are comorbid, which means that they have multiple underlying health conditions like those mentioned above (chronic illnesses mostly arising from a lifetime of bad nutrition). 
Dr. David Katz has long been a trusted source with regards to lifestyle medicine and nutrition. He has  argued for months for a surgical approach to dealing with the coronavirus (see interview and outline below), where more resources are used to protect and support those who are most vulnerable, while allowing those at lower risk to return to work, and for society to begin to return to normal.
Interview excerpt with Dr. David Katz: “COVID is a really bad disease in people vulnerable to it, and that’s mostly older people, and people with chronic illness like diabetes, heart disease, obesity, stuff that by the way, is preventable and fixable, and it is mostly a mild disease in young, healthy people.”
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