1. A "case" (a positive test) is highly likely to be false positive. We know the PCR tests have been run at over 25 cycles (the recommended number of cycles) and have been run at up to 45 cycles. This almost guarentees a false positive result.
2. Died within 28 days of a positive test DOES NOT mean died because of covid. It is exactly what it says on the tin!
In the UK, as of the 8th December 2021, we have had 146,101 deaths and 10,575,062 cases. So lets use their numbers, although these figures are floored, this shows that less than 1.4% of those WHO CATCH covid, are likely to die from it. Then take into account that we are almost 2 years into this pandemic, a pandemic of highly contageous variants ect, and we have had many other nasty illness' that have caused higher consequence for many years.... Where is the pandemic?
Then lets look at the Office of National Statistics (ONS) and check the UK death figures (not just for Covid, but national death rates). If you look at yearly figures from perhaps 2015, you will notice year on year a small increase in deaths. This is likely to be down to an increase in population year on year. But the bigger question is, where are the 100k covid deaths on top of this for 2020?