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Monday, October 17th, 2022, 12:02 am

CDC Data: US Deaths About 25% Higher This Winter Than Last Winter Before COVID-19 (Updated)

Latest data as ODF (via: By state and totals

Number of deaths 2018 and 2019:

2019 March 253,000
2019 February 232,000
2019 January 257,000

2018 December 249,000
2018 November 233,000
2018 October 234,000
2018 September 219,000
2018 August 224,000
2018 July 225,000
2018 June 220,000
2018 May 229,000
2018 April 233,000
2018 March 249,000
2018 February 237,000
2018 January 287,000

Compare to the ODF above (it goes up until March 2022)

January-March 2018: 287,000, 237,000, 249,000
January-March 2019: 257,000, 232,000, 253,000 (total: 742,000)
January-March 2021: 373,000, 282,000, 270,000
January-March 2022: 368,000, 288,000, 266,000 (total: 922,000)

922,000 is 24.2% more than 742,000.

Update: 2016 and 2017 figures show that compared to 2016 (202,000 deaths fewer than 2022) there is a 27.2% increase.

The numbers are:

January-March 2016: 246,000, 230,000, 244,000
January-March 2017: 263,000, 234,000, 251,000

The differences are profound.

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