Dr. Fauci finally admits that children not hospitalized because of Covid

Dr. Fauci is now finally admitting that children are not hospitalized because of Covid. Should we thank him for properly interpreting the evidence? In my opinion it’s too little too late.
Here is what Dr. Fauci said in a recent interview:
“But the other important thing is that if you look at the children who are hospitalized, many of them are hospitalized with COVID as opposed to because of COVID,… And what we mean by that — if a child goes in the hospital, they automatically get tested for COVID. And they get counted as a COVID-hospitalized individual. When in fact, they may go in for a broken leg or appendicitis or something like that. So it’s overcounting the number of children who are, quote, ‘hospitalized with COVID,’ as opposed to because of COVID.”
And here is what I wrote in an article almost a year ago:
“…if a child enters a hospital for any reason whatsoever, such as a broken bone, but then tests positive for Covid, that child is then considered as a Covid hospitalization even if no symptoms are present.”
The fact is that throughout the pandemic not a single shred of evidence has shown our children to be in any real danger. Yet during the time that I was writing several articles to lower the anxiety of parents, Dr. Fauci was making his rounds in the media saying things like “kids are getting sick”… and that people who thought kids were safe needed to “get the facts”.
Dr. Fauci, are you corrupt, incompetent, an attention seeker, or plain stupid? We have known for a long time now that hospitalization data for both children and adults is highly misleading, yet it continues to drive policy decisions and is used to inspire fear and anxiety.
It’s time for the public to learn what is being done to them and to respond accordingly.
Marc Jaoudé
Naturopath, Health Educator
Markito Fitness & Nutrition

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2 Responses

    1. It’s a very sad situation, and I don’t like accusing anyone- but the damage caused by the fear mongering is immeasurable and at some point we have to hold people accountable.

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