Bangladesh is currently providing another example of the monstrous impasse that the western Covid policy in particular has led to – and that things can also go very differently than, above all, in the German-speaking countries, which appear hypnotized: If the western corona narratives were true, the extremely densely populated and extremely poor country should actually be a single Covid hell. In addition, only about a quarter of the population there is vaccinated.
A comment by Daniel Matissek
The total population is 167 million, the population density is around 1,240 inhabitants per square kilometer. Living conditions are characterized by malnutrition and severely limited access to clean water and medical care. Social distancing is impossible. In short: In Bangladesh, most of the population should actually be infected with Covid or have already died from it. But in late November, numbers from Johns Hopkins University showed that the death toll was extremely declining; For the first time, there was not a single Covid death in the country within 24 hours – something that has not existed in Germany, which is only half as populous, since mid-2020. They rub in amazement the scientific-political and media “witnesses Corona” eyes.
Something very similar can be seen in Africa, where – with the exception of the omicron variant that has appeared in South Africa and some other sub-Saharan countries – there are only a negligible number of infections – and that although the The vaccination rate there is only 6 percent located. In mid-November, only 33 new Covid infections were registered in Zimbabwe – and zero (!) Deaths. In no African country have the horror scenarios – also prophesied by Christian Drosten and Karl Lauterbach – occurred with millions and millions of deaths.
A researcher from Columbia University in New York noted in astonishment: Although Africa has neither the vaccines nor the other resources of the EU or the US, it seems that they are doing better there. Another comparison: In Nigeria, with its 200 million inhabitants, only just under 3,000 Covid deaths have been registered so far. The reasons for this are currently being researched. One of the possible causes is the youthful age of the Nigerian population, with an average age of 20 and the much lower degree of urbanization. In addition, Covid patients who were exposed to malaria were found to have a significantly lower risk of serious disease courses; possible cross immunities are now being investigated.