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this is fantastic data for all of my family/friends who love to say "if it wasn't COVID, these people would have died from the flu or car accidents or whatever... if it wasn't for these fascist governors who locked us all up"
Look on the bright side: We'll have a lot fewer deaths than normal for the next 2-3 years.
Yeah ... I wouldn't bet on it considering how many people are seeing long-term effects from COVID-19. We're going to see more strokes, for sure.
For the record I said that tongue in cheek. It's probably true, jokes notwithstanding, but I can imagine Trump throwing a fit because no one is giving him credit for the low death rate in 2022.