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Tuesday, October 25th, 2022, 4:57 pm

In the United States, Winter Deaths Increased 28% Between 2016 and This Year (But President Biden Insists Pandemic is Over)

CDC is authoritative, but it is curious that it doesn’t wish to give access to data from pre-COVID-19 years (I needed to use the Wayback Machine for that).

Local copy of the data (ODF): VSRR – State and National Provisional Counts for Live Births, Deaths, and Infant Deaths 2016-17 (via Wayback Machine)

January 2016: 246,000 deaths
January 2016: 230,000 deaths
March 2016: 244,000 deaths
Total deaths: 720,000

January 2017: 261,000 deaths
February 2017: 232,000 deaths
March 2017: 249,000 deaths
Total deaths: 742,000

Latest data:

January 2022: 368,000 deaths
February 2022: 288,000 deaths
March 2022: 266,000 deaths (latest month in public record)
Total deaths: 922,000 (28% more than in 2016 and 24% more than 2017)

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

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