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The next epidemic could kill 30 million people in less than a year

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Saturday, June 13, 2020 - 17:30
Following the European CDC, updated June 14th 2020, the number of dead people from Covid-19 is currently above 400,000, global:

According to the World Health Organization, the pandemic started  in Wuhan on the 31st of December 2019, six and a half months back from now.
As the above chart shows, the Covid-19 curve happened in March in most countries, which means that we will most probably not reach to 30 million deaths world-wide in less than a year, as Bill Gates predicted.
So, this prediction is now set to proved false, unless the predicted second wave will be 75 times more deadly than the first wave of the Covid-19.
If you do not agree with this result you are welcome to contest it with the designated form on this page.
An interesting somewhat similar prediction came out recently from Dr. Judy Mikovits, which predicts 50 million deaths from the vaccines.

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Bill Gates made the shocking prediction in 2015 that a highly infectious and lethal virus was on it's way and it could kill 30 million people.

In a 2015 TedTalk, Gates warned that a "highly infectious virus" like that of the Spanish flu was on it's way and could potentially kill 30 million people in 6 months.

In fact, let's look at a model of a virus spread through the air, like the Spanish Flu back in 1918. So here's what would happen, it would spread throughout the world very, very quickly and you could see over 30 million people die from that epidemic." - Bill Gates (2015)

Submitted by Tsegereda Mulugeta on Thu, 05/28/2020 - 18:03