Canada’s federal government is projecting upwards of 44,000 deaths from COVID-19. READ: Controls can keep Canadian COVID-19 deaths under 44,000, health agency says
This would be the equivalent of nearly 400,000 deaths from COVID-19 in the US.
Meanwhile, the US death totals from COVID-19 have been downgraded from 2.2 million three weeks ago to 100,000 to 240,000 deaths last week, and then downgraded again this week by Robert Redfield, the director of the Center for Disease Control, said the deaths would be “much, much, much lower” than last week’s computer model projections. READ: CDC Director: Coronavirus Death Toll Will Be ‘Much, Much, Much Lower’ than Projected
So how do we explain Canada’s higher death rate projections, compared to the US, that resulted in the closing down of the Canadian economy? Does it suggest a certain level of government incompetence at the federal level or are the government’s projections based on highly flawed data provided by the Chinese government? READ: Ottawa won’t admit Canada’s COVID-19 plan is made from counterfeit Chinese parts