Three Men’s Deaths Attributed to Coronavirus, 60% of Dead Men

From the McHenry County Health Department:

“As of June 3, 2020, there have been 1659 identified cases of COVID-19 in McHenry County and 77 deaths. 

The death(s) reported today: 2 males 60s, 1 male 90s.”

Men are taking the brunt of the Covid-19 mortality in McHenry County–sixty percent of the total as of June 3, 2020.

That’s despite the reporting showing 52% of those found infected have been women.


Three Men’s Deaths Attributed to Coronavirus, 60% of Dead Men — 5 Comments

  1. Lamestream media implied that women were most affected by covid-19, even though they were less likely to die.

    Because reasons.

    The case ratio is in-line with normal gender balance, especially among the older generations (many men were lost to war and unhealthy lifestyles).

    But as for the higher death rate, it could be attributed mostly to lifetime.

    It doesn’t really seem to be the case though for younger people.

    Maybe of the women from the middle-aged generations (Gen X/Y) and even lower engage in more “traditionally masculine” bad habits than ever before, and the rate of obesity in middle-aged American women finally passed American men a few years ago.

    Female substance abuse is more in line with men now as women have tried to be more like men.

    It’s entirely possible that things might be different in 30 years, when the unhealthy middle-aged women of today become the (single) elderly women of tomorrow.

    Personally, I’m in better shape with my home workouts during the lockdown than I was when the gym was open.

    More focused and able to spend time with quality exercise.

  2. Would love to see more on the matter but Lew Rockwell’s site is sometimes a bit far-fetched.

    Time to dig.

  3. Oddly the autopsy cause of death for Aaron Shepley hasn’t been released.


    I guess it wasn’t Coronavirus related as it would have been front page news in the Northwest Herald fishwrap.

    Perhaps it was of an overdose?

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