6 Normal Activities That Are More Deadly Than COVID-19
As of March 2021, millions of Americans are still terrifed of COVID-19. Maybe it’s because they know people who’ve died from it. Or maybe it’s because they continue to watch the fear-mongering on mainstream media.
Regardless of the reason, these fears are largely unjustified. Why? Because the raw data from the CDC show that COVID is actually less lethal than many other ordinary activities humans regularly engage in.
For example, if you are under the age of 45, you are more likely to die from falling off a ladder, drowning, crashing a car or motorcycle, or getting shot or poisoned.
And if you’re over the age of 45, your risk of dying from COVID-19 is the same as your risk of dying on your daily commute.
In this context, it’s obvious that COVID is not as lethal as the media have led us to believe. And there is little justification for the mass fear that’s still infecting half the U.S. population.
Did you know that many of the people who’ve been hopsitalized with COVID-19 had low Vitamin D levels? It’s true. In one hospital, 82.2% of the coronavirus patients had low Vitamin D. So by supplementing with Vitamin D, you can help reduce your risk of illness and hospitalization.
In addition, it’s important to look at the raw data comparing states that are fully open with no mask mandates compared to states that still have restrictions and statewide mask mandates in place. This chart should be eye-opening for many people.
As you can see, states without mask mandates and states that have ended mask mandates report far fewer daily COVID-19 cases than Minnesota, which still has a statewide mask mandate. The media and other health authorities may continue to repeat the “masks save lives” lie, but the data tell the truth.
Motivational speaker and author Tony Robbins is speaking out to try to bring some clarity and sanity to the COVID-19 narrative by looking at the facts. In this 13-minute video, you’ll discover the science they’re not telling you about on TV. It’s well worth watching.