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Lessons Learned from Covid Deaths in Massachusetts

A Discussion of the Data
Speaker: John Beaudoin, Sr., author of The Real CdC, Covid Facts for Regular People

Sunday, March 10, 2 PM – 4 PM
Free and open to the public

Shrewsbury Public Library
609 Main Street
Shrewsbury, MA

Registration is appreciated, but not required, to ensure we have adequate seating.

Why Should You Attend?

Since 2021 Massachusetts residents have been dying in greater numbers — at younger ages. And, the deaths are increasingly from certain diseases (cardiovascular, cancer, stroke, kidney failure, etc.)

What’s the Data?

500,000+ Massachusetts death certificates (source: MA Department of Public Health), from 2015 to 2022.

To Be Discussed…
  • What does the Massachusetts DPH data show about the impact of SARS-COV2 prevention efforts and treatment protocols?
  • How can we prevent more deaths, and influence current and future pandemic public health policies?

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT PARKING: The upper parking lots are reserved for library users. Meeting room attendees are requested to park in the lower parking lot. For groups over 35 people, participants are requested to park offsite, at the First Congregational Church parking lot (19 Church Street)

This event is sponsored by Health Rights MA and does not represent the views or opinions of the Shrewsbury Public Library or Board of Library Trustees.

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