Toronto Public Health Confirms: People Who Don’t Die From COVID-19 Are Still Added To The Death Count

Arjun Walia
July 16th, 2020

  • The Facts: Toronto Public Health tweeted in late June that “Individuals who have died with COVID-19, but not as a result of COVID-19, are included in the case counts for COVID-19 deaths in Toronto.”
  • Reflect On: Why are people who have not died as a result of COVID-19 being included in the official death count?

What Happened: A common theme during this pandemic is the fact that public, provincial, state and federal health regulatory agencies have been, since the beginning of this pandemic, adding to the death count people who actually didn’t die as a result of Covid-19. Toronto Public Health recently did the same, last month tweeting that “Individuals who have died with Covid-19, but not as a result of COVID-19 are included in the case counts for COVID-19 deaths in Toronto.” (source)

This means that people are being added to the COVID death count who really didn’t die of COVID. This would logically inflate the number of deaths from what they actually are, thus driving the true infection mortality rate even lower than what it’s already at. That being said, multiple mainstream media articles have suggested that there are also concerns that some deaths that have been a result of Covid-19 have been missed during this pandemic.


According to
 Factcheck.org, “One Facebook user has claimed the opposite, erroneously suggesting the count is being inflated by unrelated deaths, and copies of that claim have gone viral on the social media platform” and the idea that deaths are being miscalculated and in the opposite direction of what mainstream media is claiming, is false.

But these fact-checking organizations are quickly gaining a bad reputation. There are multiple instances where organizations like this will simply label something as false without actually conducting an appropriate investigation. For example, they didn’t acknowledge that experts and public health authorities are actually admitting to the possibility that the death count is inflated.

There are a number of examples beyond the one that came from Toronto late last month. Dr. Ngozi Ezike, Director of the Illinois Department of Public Health,  pointed out that all people who pass away and test positive for COVID-19, regardless of the cause of death, means that the death will be marked as a COVID-19 death.

She stated that,

If you were in hospice and had already been given a few weeks to live and then you were also found to have COVID, that would be counted as  COVID death, despite if you died of a clear alternative cause it’s still listed as a COVID death. So, everyone who is listed as a COVID death that doesn’t mean that was the cause of the death, but they had COVID at the time of death. (source)

Colorado health authorities recently admitted to doing the same thing, you can read more about that here.

Vittorio Sgarbi, Italian politician Mayor of Sutri, gave an emotional speech at a hearing on the 24th of April where he emphasized that the number of deaths in Italy due to COVID-19 are completely false and that the people are being lied to. You can watch that and read more about it here.

The point is, this has been a common theme throughout the pandemic.

Another strange finding is that The Bulgarian Pathology Association has taken the stance that the testing used to identify the new coronavirus in patients is “scientifically meaningless.” They cite an article explaining the science. You can read more about that here.


It’s also reasonable to consider that in some cases, Covid may have contributed to a death but may not have been the cause, as some underlying conditions might have also played a role. This has been a common theme as well.

Why This Matters: This information is important because it highlights that the measures we are being mandated & forced to take are being done using flawed data to justify it. What also has more people concerned is that the opinions and research of many doctors and scientists around the world, some of them quite renowned, are being banned and censored from social media platforms for simply contradicting the information given to us by the World Health Organization (WHO). Why are people like Julian Assange really in jail? Why are people exposing war crimes and other misdoings within the WHO, as Assange has, punished, and the ones committing the actual crimes are the ones we identify with? Should we not have the right to examine information openly and freely, and determine for ourselves what is and what isn’t? A common theme with regards to this pandemic seems to be using fear and hysteria to make the threat seem much greater than it actually is, and then to propose the solution. Perhaps Edward Snowden was right when he said that governments are using the coronavirus to take away more of our rights and freedoms, and they won’t come back, just as they didn’t come back after 9/11.

The Takeaway

At the end of the day, not everything we are made to believe is true. We’ve gone through this with DTT, Glyphosate, Tobacco and much more. Given the fact that scientists themselves from within these federal health regulatory agencies are deeply concerned about outside influences, and again, with so many examples, we have to ask ourselves if we can really put our trust in these agencies anymore. We constantly obey, we constantly listen, and we constantly follow mandates. Mandates, in this case, should not be mandates, they should be recommendations. Don’t be afraid to think for yourself with regard to many global events, as our perception of them is heavily manipulated.

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