Audio: The Absurdity of Our Data Collection for COVID Deaths

How can you possibly have a public policy for dealing with COVID if your data is eight weeks old? However, that understates the problem last week when the CDC reported 1,099 deaths. The World Health Organization estimated American deaths at 4,869. The Washington Post had a range between 4,900 and 6,300, and The New York times reported 5,379 for the week. Now, how can you possibly shape policy when you have a variance of 600 percent among the different estimates?

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