While official reports show more than 1.1 million Covid-related deaths, a study based on analysis of excess deaths (deaths above historical averages from causes other than accidents) paints a different picture.

Researchers looked at county-level data from March 2020 to August 2022 and found nearly 1.2 million excess deaths from natural causes. They estimate that 163,000 of those deaths were likely due to Covid but were not officially attributed to the virus.

The research highlights several possible reasons for underreporting of deaths:

  • limited awareness

  • Disadvantages of the Test

  • Out-of-hospital deaths

The study also found that non-metropolitan counties, particularly in the western and southern regions, were disproportionately affected by the undercount. These areas often have fewer resources to investigate deaths and may use different methodologies to compile official statistics.

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Source: Ferra

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