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14 9, 1:14am
I'm not really a fan of this type of graph. A graph on 'overmortality' is much more accurate as long as no other major disasters have occured. The thing is that every country has different ways of writing down a 'corona death'. The dutch numbers for instance were about 40%(not sure on the exact number) higher for overmortality than reported corona deaths, showing an underreprting as besides covid nothing has been causing extra mortalities. In Sweden both statistics match up much better. So, how is the US/rest of the world really doing? Are they underreportig? Overmortality is a much more accurate way ofvrepresenting what actually happened. But it is much slower.
Here's one I found