The Democrats would like you to believe Americans hand-over-fist are dying immediately after they contract the COVID-19 virus. The panic they induce allows them to further their spending and legislative agenda while keeping Americans servile in their homes.
The data shows two-thirds of the people hospitalized with COVID-19 had at least one pre-existing condition. Whether it be obesity, hypertension, diabetes, or heart failure – a study proves a majority of hospitalized COVID patients are currently suffering from patients
The alarming results come as a direct slap in the face to Americans who have lost their livelihoods because of the endless pandemic lockdowns. Scientists published their shocking results in the Journal For American Heart Association.
The university researchers found that among the 906,849 total COVID-19 hospitalizations of adults as of Nov. 18, 2020, 30% were attributable to obesity, 26% to hypertension, 21% to diabetes and 12% to heart failure.
When the four conditions were combined, the researchers’ model suggested 64% of COVID-19 hospitalizations might have been prevented, the statement said.
The researchers’ model also showed just a 10% reduction in national prevalence of each condition, when combined, could prevent about 11% of all COVID-19 hospitalizations.
“It’s crucial to test such lifestyle approaches for reducing severe COVID-19 infections, both for this pandemic and future pandemics likely to come,” lead researcher Dariush Mozaffarian said in the university statement.
Among the hardest hit were people with those conditions in Black and Hispanic communities, the researchers noted.
“National data show that Black and Hispanic Americans are suffering the worst outcomes from COVID-19,” Mozaffarian said. “Our findings lend support to the need for prioritizing vaccine distribution, good nutrition, and other preventive measures to people with cardiometabolic conditions, particularly among groups most affected by health disparities.”