(Gateway Pundit) – Dr. Dan Yamin is the latest expert to refute the WHO Chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and his completely flawed warning on the coronavirus.
As we have reported several times now — the Director of the World Health Organization created an international panic when he miscalculated the coronavirus mortality rate at 3.4%.
The controversial Ethiopian politician and Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, claimed in a press conference in early March that the fatality rate for the coronavirus was many multiples that of the fatality rate of the common flu.
This egregiously false premise has led to the greatest economic panic in world history.
The Director General of the WHO spoke on March 3, 2020 and shared this related to the coronavirus:
While many people globally have built up immunity to seasonal flu strains, COVID-19 is a new virus to which no one has immunity. That means more people are susceptible to infection, and some will suffer severe disease.
Globally, about 3.4% of reported COVID-19 cases have died. By comparison, seasonal flu generally kills far fewer than 1% of those infected.
Here is the video of Dr. Ghebreyesus’s remarks.
The problem is his statement is false.
It was not accurate!
As The Gateway Pundit reported last Monday, a week ago, that the coronavirus mortality rate reported by the media as stated by Dr. Ghebreyesus is completely inaccurate.
The US coronavirus mortality rate is currently at 1.25% of known cases. If you include the non-reported cases we are looking at a number likely around 0.2% or a harsh flue.
Israeli engineer Dr. Dan Yamin is the latest expert to aslo refuted the WHO’s outrageous number.
Dr. Yamin says the mortality rate is closer to 0.6% than the 3.4% that was reported by the WHO.
So the research is biased.
“Very biased. If I can only carry out few tests, I will test those who have the highest chance of becoming ill, and then, when I check the mortality rate among them, I will get very high numbers. But there is one country we can learn from: South Korea. South Korea has been coping with corona for a long time, more than most Western countries, and they lead in the number of tests per capita. Therefore, the official mortality rate there is 0.9 percent. But even in South Korea, not all the infected were tested – most have very mild symptoms.
“The actual number of people who are sick with the virus in South Korea is at least double what’s being reported, so the chance of dying is at least twice as low, standing at about 0.45 percent – very far from the World Health Organization’s [global mortality] figure of 3.4 percent. And that’s already a reason for cautious optimism.”