The NIH itself confirmed that more people died of bacterial lung infections in 1918 than the spanish flu. https://www.nih.gov/news-events/news-releases/bacterial-pneumonia-caused-most-deaths-1918-influenza-pandemic
There has become an increased incidence of bacterial gum infections, so causalistically certain professional dentists have called its phenomena "mask mouth" If people are getting an increase in bacterial gum infections from something they breath through, it is profoundly likely given this and the NIH study as well as >>317420435
that they are also seeing an increase in bacterial lung infections. Given>>317421233
It is evident masks do VERY little (within margin of error in studies which affirm their use) to prevent spread of a virus and so actually their most pronounced effect would be to increase bacterial lung infections, just like they did in 1918 when their use was prevalent to the point of ubiquitous also. Given the CDC's guidelines to diagnose on basis of symptoms alone and the PCR test's unreliability>>317420667
most pneumatic deaths are being written up as being covid when in reality covid would probably not kill them without the binary presence of a bacterial lung infection which it, as well as wearing a mask everyday for a year, weakens you to forming and being able to fight. I have noticed an incredible prevalence of people getting bladder infections, kidney infections, UTI, etc. while having covid (loss of smell type symptoms to distinguish from flu misdiagnosis). I believe it is the case that it weakens you to infection the way HIV does and that if people took antibiotics immediately upon symptoms, they would mostly be fine.