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Florida Cites Motorcycle Crash Death As “Covid Fatality”

FOX35 in Florida reports some seriously disturbing facts about how Florida is classifying their "Covid Deaths."


As reports of Covid-19 cases and fatalities continue to mount in states such as Florida, disturbing details are beginning to emerge about the information being given to the rest of the country. 

Local affiliate FOX35 in Florida, has been at the forefront in uncovering questionable statistics coming out of the state. 

FOX35 just recently released interview footage with one Florida health official who admits that one fatality reported as Covid-19 was in face a motorcyclist who had died in a crash.

Here's their report:

“The first one didn’t have any. He died in a motorcycle accident,” Pino said.

Dr. Pino was asked if the man’s data was removed.

“I don’t think so. I have to double-check,” Pino said. “We were arguing, discussing, or trying to argue with the state. Not because of the numbers — it’s 100…it doesn’t make any difference if it's 99 — but the fact that the individual didn’t die from COVID-19…died in the crash. But you could actually argue that it could have been the COVID-19 that caused him to crash. I don’t know the conclusion of that one.”

There are still two people in their 20s on Orange County’s data list for coronavirus deaths.

So is this a contradiction to how the state says it’s counting deaths?

Earlier this week, the Florida Department of Health sent FOX 35 News a statement that attempted to clarify that a "COVID death" is determined if, "COVID19 is listed as the immediate or underlying cause of death, or listed as one of the significant conditions contributing to death. Or, if there is a confirmed COVID-19 infection from a lab test – and the cause of death doesn’t meet exclusion criteria – like trauma, suicide, homicide, overdose, motor-vehicle accident, etc."



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