The CDC, Media, Johns Hopkins, and Some States Are Padding COVID-19 Death Stats

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Many states across the country have been counting “probable” deaths as caused by COVID-19, thereby inflating the number of deaths reported. In Pennsylvania, officials reduced the death toll and removed some of the people who were diagnosed COVID-19 because coroners disputed the inflated numbers. California and Minnesota have declared that now they will only count confirmed cases of COVID-19, but they do not say how they will do that. It could be just talk. The Star Tribune in Minnesota has dropped Johns Hopkins University as a source, because it is counting both confirmed and unconfirmed cases of COVID-19. It is significant that the number of deaths from seasonal flu have dropped about the same as COVID-19 deaths have increased, suggesting that the flu deaths possibly are being counted as COVID-19 deaths.

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