On Track To See in 2020 About 20,000 Fewer Deaths in U. S. Than Normal Ave. Annual Increase

Dec 4, 2020 by

12.4.20 – From Tex. Rep. Steve Toth

“On Track To See in 2020 About 20,000 Fewer Deaths in U. S. Than Normal Ave. Annual Increase”

Excerpts from Rep. Toth’s newsletter:

https://mailchi.mp/stevetothfortexas/today-is-the-day-8368705?e=00a999e4a2

From 2010 onward, we saw the CDC document an average of 43,000 additional deaths each year. Keep in mind that over the last 10 years we’ve seen a population increase of around 20 million, based on census numbers. Remarkably, we have only seen 2,644,024 total deaths in the United States to date.


Total Annual Deaths by Year


2018 Deaths:
2,839,205

2019 Deaths: 2,855,000 

2020 (through Dec. 3): 2,644,024

Projected 2020 Total: 2,871,270 (based on the daily average number of deaths in 2020).



If anything, we are on track to see about 20,000 fewer deaths than our average annual increase.

This is not the catastrophic pandemic that will kill all of our loved ones as we have been warned.

Remember, we were told by the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) that 2.2 million would die from COVID in the United States if we did nothing. 1.1 million would die even with lockdowns, and based on that, we were told “15 Days to Flatten the Curve.”

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