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Not sure what you are trying to say

But if it's that flu deaths are being counted as COVID deaths or otherwise misrepresented you are way off.

The last five years the average flu deaths in the U.S. are 41,000. Three of those years were less than 40,000 and once was 23,000. The high was 61,000.

I mean, no matter how you shake it, nothing comes close to the number of COVID deaths. Not even by half.

(In response to this post by Pokebball)

Posted: 07/13/2020 at 2:04PM


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  Did you count pneumonia from flu ** -- babybull 07/13/2020 6:18PM
  BIGGEST BOLD FACE LIE ever posted on this board -- aggieram76 07/13/2020 1:40PM
  Over 40% of those 60,000 were NY and Cuomo..... ** -- babybull 07/13/2020 7:36PM
  Why do you suppose ** -- Pokebball 07/13/2020 1:06PM
  Not sure what you are trying to say -- Roscablo 07/13/2020 2:04PM
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  Yes they are -- Pokebball 07/13/2020 3:05PM
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