One of these was revealed by Brown University School of Public Health Dean, Dr Megan Ranney, who referred to the recent death toll.
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“Is a pandemic DIFFERENT? Sure,” he said in a Twitter post, quoted by the Miami Herald, on Tuesday (9/20/2022).
“But the end? With 400 deaths a day ?! I call it bullshit,” Ranney added.
“With all due respect, @JoeBiden – you are wrong. The pandemic is not over yet,” he wrote in a Twitter post.
“Nearly 3,000 Americans die of # COVID19 every week.”
According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the week before September 15, 2,743 people died from COVID-19 in the United States. Based on these data, there are approximately 391 deaths every day.
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