Lisbon court rules that only 0.9% of ‘verified cases’ attributed to COVID in Portugal actually died of it

Following a citizen’s petition, a Lisbon court forced the government to provide verified COVID-19 mortality data. According to the ruling, the number of verified COVID-19 deaths from January 2020 to April 2021 is only 152, not about 17,000 as claimed by government ministries. All the “others” died for various reasons, although their PCR test was positive.

Let’s be crystal clear here. A Lisbon citizen challenged the government’s Covid mortality statistics. When forced by the court under oath, the government had to provide a list of people that were actually verified to have died of Covid. Although the government claimed 17,000 deaths publicly, in court, under oath, they could only claim 152.

Let that sink in.