For the most part, these numbers check out against Australian Bureau of Statistics figures.
But, as experts have pointed out, the reason for Australia's low COVID-19 death rate has a lot to do with the very restrictions the authors of the leaflet want shelved.
Lyn Gilbert, a chief investigator at the Australian Partnership for Preparedness Research on Infectious Disease Emergencies (APPRISE), told Fact Check that while the figures cited in the leaflet were correct, they were "irrelevant".
"Because we have been so successful in all the suppression measures put in place early on, before the virus was transmitted widely in the community, there have been very few deaths," Professor Gilbert said.
"You only have to look at what happened in Italy, in Brazil, the United Kingdom, the US, or many European countries where their health systems and socio-economic conditions are not dissimilar to Australia's, to see that if we hadn't done this early we could easily have been in the same sort of situation."
Professor Gilbert said seasonal flu was "not anywhere near as bad as COVID, normally".
While the figures were woolly, the mortality rate for the seasonal flu was around 0.1 per cent to 0.2 per cent, partly because (except in cases of new pandemic strains) the population had a level of immunity to the virus.
A laundry list of conspiracies
The leaflet doesn't just argue that flu is worse than COVID-19 — it points to a wider conspiracy involving inflated death rates in the US, profiteering pharmaceutical companies and the notion that the coronavirus pandemic was contrived.
These are all claims that fact checkers around the world have debunked.
USA Today, for example, spoke to experts who agreed that, rather than being inflated, COVID-19 deaths in the US were likely to have been undercounted.
The suggestion that vaccines can "genetically alter the human RNA/DNA sequence" has also been rubbished, with fact checkers at PolitiFact pointing to a 2019 study that found that messenger RNA (or mRNA), which links genetic information in DNA to cells that produce proteins, "cannot potentially integrate into the host genome and will be degraded naturally".
"Basically, after the messenger molecules create antigens for the body to react to, they will naturally stop being used and break down," PolitiFact reported.