CDC's Guidance for Certifying COVID-19 Deaths NOT Accurate -- No Virus Testing, Only "Suspected" Cause Required [Video]

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In this revealing interview, Dr. Scott Jensen, explains that the CDC's present guidelines for determining "COVID-19 deaths" are not evidence-based, and may even have to do with the greater profitability of doing so. His testimony runs directly counter Dr. Fauci, who labeled any criticism of their highly controversial policy "conspiracy theory."

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