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The following article, Colorado Revises COVID-19 Death Toll, Reported Nearly 1,200 When Real Number Is 878, was first published on Flag And Cross.

There’s a 110% chance that China is, has, and will continue to lie about its COVID-19 death toll. Read more about it at this link.

But the thing is, misreporting is taking place in America, too.

Check this out, via Fox News:

The change came after Colorado’s Department of Public Health admitted that its COVID-19 death toll was counting those who tested positive for the coronavirus but had died of other causes, Fox 31 Denver reported late Friday.

The department now says 1,150 Coloradoans who died had COVID-19 but only 878 of those deaths were “due to” COVID-19.


“We have been reporting at the state, deaths among people who had COVID-19 at the time of death and the cause of that death may or may not have been COVID-19,” Dr. Eric France, the health department’s chief medical officer told the station.

And here’s more COVID-19 randomness, via Twitter…

Saturday night coronavirus positivity: just 7% positive on 357k completed tests, lowest number of deaths on a Saturday since March. All numbers continue to improve across the country:

— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) May 17, 2020

Former President Barack Obama criticizes U.S. leaders overseeing the nation’s response to the coronavirus, telling college graduates in an online commencement address that the pandemic shows many officials “aren’t even pretending to be in charge.”

— The Associated Press (@AP) May 17, 2020

“This virus nearly ended my life,” the Arizona physician said. He recovered with help from a life-support system that isn’t widely available.

— NBC News (@NBCNews) May 17, 2020

This is a classic. Kudos to the commentator. Creativity at its best.#coronavirus

— pierre (@Daspecialone007) May 17, 2020


— MacCocktail (@MacCocktail) May 17, 2020

After his mother-in-law was infected with the coronavirus, a guitarist for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band became determined to make nursing homes accountable.

— Charles Ornstein (@charlesornstein) May 17, 2020

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