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    Posted: March 18 2022 at 11:44pm

[url]https://flutrackers.com/forum/forum/the-pandemic-discussion-forum/943276-how-did-this-many-deaths-become-normal-covid-19[/url] or https://flutrackers.com/forum/forum/the-pandemic-discussion-forum/943276-how-did-this-many-deaths-become-normal-covid-19  ?????

The U.S. is nearing 1 million recorded COVID-19 deaths without the social reckoning that such a tragedy should provoke. Why?

MARCH 8, 2022

By Ed Yong

The United States reported more deaths from COVID-19 last Friday than deaths from Hurricane Katrina, more on any two recent weekdays than deaths during the 9/11 terrorist attacks, more last month than deaths from flu in a bad season, and more in two years than deaths from HIV during the four decades of the AIDS epidemic. At least 953,000 Americans have died from COVID, and the true toll is likely even higher because many deaths went uncounted. COVID is now the third leading cause of death in the U.S., after only heart disease and cancer, which are both catchall terms for many distinct diseases. The sheer scale of the tragedy strains the moral imagination. On May 24, 2020, as the United States passed 100,000 recorded deaths, The New York Times filled its front page with the names of the dead, describing their loss as “incalculable.” Now the nation hurtles toward a milestone of 1 million. What is 10 times incalculable?

Many countries have been pummeled by the coronavirus, but few have fared as poorly as the U.S. Its death rate surpassed that of any other large, wealthy nation—especially during the recent Omicron surge. ...

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/a...h-rate/626972/

DJ, Worldometer has US deaths now at 997,136...march 18 the US (under)reported 721 "new' CoViD deaths...BA.2 subvariants must be increasing in the US...but also very likely other variants...A decrease of testing/sequencing and reporting means "the pandemic is off the radar" in the US....

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