Here's what someone who works for the NHS in England says (in a comment on YouTube):

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"seth mcnamee2 days ago — Are you by any chance paid by the BBC 🙂 I work in the NHS here in the UK and we are pressured to put covid in the death certificate. But cleverly we can't but died of covid we have to put died after testing postitive from covid so that technically we are not lying as they're all tested before coming in however it contributes to the nunber of deaths which in turn looks worse on paper than it acrually is. I can also confirm the media are purposly making it seem worse than it is. As the media were saying that our hospitals were overrun and that we were at maximum capacity however we opened up masisge centres for covid patients that could hold over 1000 patients however we closed them after the first two months as they was not being used however the media were saying they were overrun and thay our hospitals were over run. If that were the case why was these centres not being used. I think you need to really open your eyes. Look at China for instance. They were piling up the bodies in the first wave. How is it they seem to be back to normal when everyone else is apparently having a second wave worse than the first. And is it a coincidence that this second wave is near Christmas and winter. Causing moral to be at its lowest. Causing more fear and panic to everyone. Making more people depressed and worried on how they're going to get through the holiday season with no money or family to be around them. Notice that noone is talking numbers in the media about how many deaths have gone up in relation to mental illness or other illness that wasn't able to get the treatment they needed. Notice noone is talking about numbers of people that were infected but survived. Because that would be positive and that's not what they want. Wake up, people!!!!"

Basically, the flu is now being called covid, officially.

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