The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released an updated report on August 26, concluding that, according to the data, only 6 percent of deaths from the CCP Virus (COVID-19) had no other pre-existing medical conditions, The Blaze reported.
The CDC published a table on its website, showing the pre-existing conditions in the total of the CCP Virus deaths and grouped them by age range.
The question that’s not answered is how many of those deceased people would still be alive were it not for the CCP Virus? Almost everyone who dies at any time has comorbidity issues and the data may skew the results in the direction that people want to believe if taken at face value.
The CDC figures are based on death certificate data received and coded by the National Center for Health Statistics.
“For 6 percent of the deaths, COVID-19 [CCP Virus] was the only cause mentioned. For deaths with conditions or causes in addition to COVID-19, on average, there were 2.6 additional conditions or causes per death,” the CDC stated.
Based on this revealing data, 94 percent of the people who died from the CCP Virus had slightly more than two pre-existing conditions or causes. If the number of deaths recorded so far is 167,558, then that means only 10,053 people died from the CCP Virus without having pre-existing conditions or causes.
Another pattern that can be seen in the table divided by age groups is that from 55 years on, especially for people over 65, the percentage of deaths comprises almost 80 percent of the total.
People aged between 65 and 74 comprises approximately 21.3 percent of the total deaths, while the people between 75 and 84 years old add up to 26.4 percent of the total deaths. People older than 85 years old add up 31.51 percent.
Similarly, the group of people between 0 and 24 years of age accounts for only 0.2 percent of total deaths, while the group between 25 and 34 years of age represents 0.76 percent, thus establishing that the disease is extremely low risk for healthy people without pre-existing conditions under 35 years of age.
Among the pre-existing conditions or causes listed by the CDC are the following:
Influenza and Pneumonia
Vascular dementia and unspecified dementia
Intentional or unintentional injury, poisoning, and other adverse events
The CDC states that the data from which it compiled the table was taken from death certificates that contain the details necessary to examine pre-existing conditions and adjacent causes of death. It also noted that because these certificates take time to be completed and reported, there may be a difference between the total reported deaths and the total deaths examined in the table presented here.