Doctors Say Man Who Died From Falling Off Ladder Actually Died of COVID

This health crisis has been politicized, exploited, & distorted by authority figures in every corner of the Earth.

Here's one such example, courtesy of Natalie O'Neill:

A construction worker who died after plunging from a 10-foot ladder in Croatia was actually killed by the coronavirus, doctors said in a report.
The unnamed 51-year-old man fell into a yard while building a home earlier this year and suffered cuts and bruises to his head, according to the Journal of Forensic Pathology.
The builder was declared dead at the scene, but an autopsy later revealed that COVID-19 had indirectly caused the accident because effects of the illness were disorienting, the journal notes.
During the autopsy, doctors found that large swaths of the man’s lungs were blocked. The finding led scientists to conclude that he suffered from acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) — a life-threatening condition that can be caused by COVID-19.

If you're as skeptical as we are, listen to this...

Contractors move a SunRun Inc. solar panel up a ladder to the roof of a new home at the Westline Homes Willowood Cottages community in Sacramento, California, U.S., on Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018. California is the first state in the U.S. to require solar panels on almost all new homes as part of a mandate to take effect in 2020. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images