PHE Announce Not a Single Case of Flu Detected This Year Will Mean Masks Every Winter


Health authorities in England have announced that not a single case of Influenza has been detected this year, with one professor suggesting that mask wearing should be kept in place during winter to drive down flu deaths to “zero.”


“The social restrictions brought in to curb transmission of coronavirus, combined with an increased uptake of flu vaccine, have both been credited with driving down infections,” the Independent report claims.


Of the 685,243 samples tested at the PHE’s laboratories since the first week of January, not a single flu infection was discovered.


Professor Christina Pagel went on to suggest that some of the measures brought in to fight Coronavirus could be kept in place to combat flu infections. Asserting that “we can reduce flu deaths to pretty much zero,” Pagel said it is “worth encouraging people to wear masks” on public transport and in other busy environments every winter.


As we previously highlighted, other health experts have suggested that flu cases are so dramatically low because influenza cases are being falsely counted as COVID cases.

Last month, top epidemiologist Knut Wittkowski said that, “Influenza has been renamed COVID-19 in large part.”

According to Wittkowski, former Head of Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Research Design at Rockefeller University, this was because many flu infections are being incorrectly labeled as coronavirus cases.

In an interview with Just the News, Wittkowski states “There may be quite a number of influenza cases included in the ‘presumed COVID-19’ category of people who have COVID-19 symptoms (which Influenza symptoms can be mistaken for), but are not tested for SARS RNA,”


Numbers published in April last year by the UK’s Office of National Statistics also showed that there had been three times more deaths from flu and pneumonia than coronavirus. “The number of deaths from flu and pneumonia – at more than 32,000 – is three times higher than the total number of coronavirus deaths this year,” reported the BBC.


As we reported previously, doctors are routinely diagnosing Covid-19 because the patient shows the 'known symptoms of the disease' and not even bothering to test the patient to confirm. The fact that Covid and Influenza are indistinguishable without a blood test appear to have escaped much of the medical profession.


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