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Friday, January 28th, 2022, 4:23 pm

More Than 1% of the British Population Hospitalised With COVID-19 and BBC Starts Asking Questions Instead of Reporting

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Another day has passed, and yet another (almost) 100,000 Brits have been confirmed — with actual tests — as COVID-19 positive (the complete number is a lot higher). Many were hospitalised. Right now the BBC starts issuing headlines with questions in them… not statements of fact. That’s another sign of weakness, resembling COVID denial regarding deaths, belittling the lives of so many people.

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