U.S. Coronavirus Death Number Dramatically Undercounted, Yale Study Suggests

The number of COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. deaths is significantly lower than the actual tally, according to a new study from researchers at Yale University.Researchers counted the number of total U.S. deaths of any causes from March 1 through May 30 and compared the number of deaths from the same period last year.The team found that the deaths during COVID-19 far exceeded the number last year, concluding that the unusual high fatality rate could have been attributed by a coronavirus.According to the researchers, the total deaths in the United States in three months of a pandemic outbreak, 781,…

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