The Lisbon court has ruled that only 0.9% of ‘verified cases’ died of Covid-19, totaling 152, instead of the 17,000 claimed by the faked government Covid death statistics.
Following a petition started by a citizen, a court in Lisbon was forced to provide verified data on Covid-19 mortalities.
The documents revealed that the number of verified Covid-19 deaths from January 2020 to April 2021 is only 152, a drastically lesser number than the 17,000 deaths claimed by the government.
The data is from the Sistema de Informação dos Certificados de Óbito (Death Certificate Information System – SICO) in Portugal.
All the other deaths appear to be as a result of unrelated reasons, with many of those listed having tested positive on PCR tests, again, suggesting that the tests are completely unreliable.