“The latest CDC data shows that’from late January 2020 to October 3, 2020, there were an estimated 299,028 additional deaths, of which 198,081 (66%) additional deaths were attributed to Covid-19. These are shocking The data show that in addition to the terrible casualties caused by Covid-19 in the United States, there are more than 100,000 deaths directly or indirectly related to the pandemic.” wrote.
“This new description of the death toll from overweight is particularly disturbing because it is because President Trump continues to underestimate the impact of the epidemic with a series of false claims about the disease.”[ing] Almost no one “because he tried to distract the country’s failed response to the flu pandemic.”
They wrote in a letter to HHS Secretary Alex Azar (Alex Azar) and CDC director Robert Redfield (Robert Redfield) that some gaps can be explained by deficiencies in data collection . But they also pointed out gaps in nursing.
“During public health emergencies, President Trump has repeatedly lied to the American people to downplay the severity of the pandemic, including falsely repeating that the Covid-19 pandemic is more deadly in Europe than in the United States,” they wrote.
“Regardless of the president’s ignorance, shamelessness or a series of lies, HHS and CDC have a responsibility to maintain public health and should take steps to better understand the excessively high mortality rate and curb the rise in mortality directly or related to Covid. 19.”
They asked HHS and CDC to answer some questions, including what specific data CDC and HHS have collected in the United States on the ultra-high mortality rate since the Covid-19 pandemic, and what agencies believe are the reasons for the ultra-high mortality rate.
“Please provide a summary of all detailed data on the ultra-high mortality rate in 2020, including the ultra-high mortality rate at any relevant time, the ultra-high mortality rate by location, and the ultra-high death rate by age, race and ethnicity. , Any unpublished information on the rate of excess. The mortality rate of people with previous diseases and the specific reasons for the high mortality rate.”