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Asymptomatically, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirmed Friday that it has a much higher death rate than the American media is reporting.
But the CDC isn’t the only one struggling to come up with any kind of explanation for the sudden spike in deaths, the New York Times reported.
“CDC officials said in a statement that they are now in contact with state and local health departments and the Centers of Disease Control to get a better sense of how to respond to the increase in reported cases and deaths,” the Times wrote.
“The agency said it has not been able to determine the cause of the spike, but said that its officials have been reviewing data to understand the possible connection.”
While the CDC has said the sudden increase in deaths is due to the flu, the Times reported that CDC officials are “saying the number of confirmed cases, confirmed deaths and suspected cases of the flu is higher than they were in the past.”
In fact, the number has more than doubled since January 1, 2016, the NYT reported.
The CDC has also said that the increase has been driven by a large influx of cases in areas where there have been severe weather.
But there’s no question that the CDC is being underfunded by Congress and the Obama administration, which has repeatedly sought to cut back on the CDC’s work and funding.
“There’s been a lot of focus on what the flu looks like and what it does to the population,” Andrew Kolodny, the former chief science adviser for President Donald Trump, told the Times.
“What the truth is, is that the flu has been killing us for a long time.”
The Times reported the flu pandemic has resulted in an unprecedented spike in the number and severity of new infections.
According to data released by the CDC, the rate of flu-related deaths is now nearly triple the previous peak in the 1940s and 50s.
But as The Huffington Store noted, “Asymptotic death rates are not a direct measure of how many people have died of the disease.
But a more meaningful measure of the health of the country is the number, and the number is up, in large part because of the pandemic.”
death rates in the United States, by decade, as of Feb. 28, 2018.
Source: CDC The numbers are particularly alarming considering that the pandemics death rates had been steadily falling since at least the 1960s.
And as the Times notes, “This pandemic is already killing tens of millions of Americans, according to a study by the Centers For Disease Control, which published last week.”