It says with C-19 which is not the same as C-19 caused. It might as well be with a common cold and attributing the common cold as the cause of death when the decedent was 80 yrs old, diabetes, high blood pressure and obese. Again why assume C-19 is the cause of death when the majority of alleged C-19 infections (the tests are not accurate) are asymptomatic or mildly symptomatic and the majority recover? That means C-19 is not deadly. Hello!If Nouveau is quoting something, it will be from a propaganda or conspiracy blog and easy to prove untrue.
So far this year, 2.39 million Americans have died of all causes. At the same point in both 2018 and 2019, it was 2.17 million. The difference nearly matches the reported number of COVID-19 victims.
Estimates (?) of excess deaths can provide information about the burden of mortality potentially related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including deaths that are directly or indirectly attributed to COVID-19
This does not falsify anything since it is loaded with weasel words. My 138
You're the closet marxist. Given that I'm not a marxist... I'm not the closest marxist. So you are still stuck with a question you refuse to answer. What lie? Thats the fourth time I asked Edited to add. Misread "closet" as "closest". Both are wrong, but details count
Notice the stat is death involving COVID not death from COVID. The C-19 numbers are inflated. The current from all causes is 2,521,952. Your overall average was 2,835,903. #134. No big jump in deaths in 2020. The stats do not support C-19 as the third leading cause of deaths in the United States or a big spike in deaths in 2020 due to C-19. Dude it is not there.
While they inflate the C-19 numbers the overall all cause death count remains steady. That is not what we would expect to see if there are a 232,639 C-19 deaths from 2/20 to 11/20. Looks like a scam. The overall death count should be far higher. Those extra deaths would not be there in 17, 18, and 2019 because C-19 showed up in January 2020.