Study Criticizes Portugal’s Health Directorate Covid-19 Data Used in Scientific Analysis

The group of professors pointed out egregious errors in SINAVE data, such as 3 men and a 97-year-old woman registered as "pregnant", a 134-year-old patient, and 19 confirmed cases before the first official case was diagnosed in Portugal.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Missing victims, too many or too few infections that do not match the numbers released publicly by Portugal's General Health Directorate (DGS) itself, and thousands of cases incorrectly entered into the National Epidemiological Observation System.

A study signed by 12 researchers from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto, recently published in MedRxiv international scientific journal, concludes that the National Epidemiological Observation . . .

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