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Northern Ireland Assembly Nid oedd gan y wybodaeth y gofynnwyd amdani.

Dear Northern Ireland Assembly,

Why are we being locked down for a disease that was declassified as a HCID in March2020? Going by your own website covid19 has a low mortality rate and low infection rate

Do you have any information on the yearly flu deaths being recorded as covid19? Because the flu has disappeared and the flu is a coronavirus

Why has pneumonia deaths dropped by 90%? Could pneumonia deaths be called covid19?

Wheres the new evidence masks work? A Danish study and all studies ive found suggests masks don't work. Just like the government stated last year.

Wheres your evidence lockdowns work? All lockdowns so far have failed and the dips in case are seasonal that matches the flu season. Also countries that never lockdown trends are the same as countries that lockdown

Why is dying WITH COVID19 being treated as the same as dying FROM COVID19? There's a huge difference

Wheres your evidence that asymptomatic spread is real and is happening?

What information have you got about the pcr tests are being run at a higher cycle rate than 30cycles?
What cycle rate are we using?

Yours faithfully,

Adrian McErlean

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