Covid-19 Deaths compared to 1918 Flu Deaths in the World & in the U.S.

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Oct 2, 2021, 2:03:56 PM10/2/21
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See links to articles at the bottom of this
post for the sources used in this post:

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World Deaths from Covid-19 & 1918 Flu

Total Covid-19 Deaths: 5 million, which
is 6.33/100ths of 1% of 7,897,106,000
which is the world population when I
began writing this post, which is 1 of
every 1,579.4212 people.

Total 1918 Flu Deaths: 50 million, which
was 20% of world population which was
250 million in 1918.
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U.S. Deaths from Covid-19 & 1918 Flu

U.S. Covid-19 Deaths: 700,000 which is
2/10ths of 1% of 333,456,000 which is
the U.S. population when I began writing
this post, & that is 1 of every 476.3657
Americans.

U.S. 1918 Flu Deaths: 675,000, which was
6.4/10ths of 1% of U.S. population which
was 105 million in 1918.
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Questions:

Why is the U.S. death rate from Covid-19
so much higher than the world death rate
from Covid-19?

My guesses:

1) Much of the world is impoverished with
far less in the way of people traveling &
mixing with others.

2) U.S. proclivity for group gatherings (such
as the NFL currently having full attendance
allowed in their stadiums) is far higher than
it is in most of the world.

3) Communist-controlled countries, China &
Russia the most populous, have dictatorial
control & dubious (unreliable) reporting of
Covid-19 incidence & deaths, highly suspi-
cious, but also that dictatorial control makes
following facemask edicts much higher than
it is in the U.S.

4) Per the following, the U.S. Covid-19 death
rate is the 20th-highest in the world (on list
of Covid-19 death rates by country). World
average is 608 deaths per million, with

o 88 countries > than 608,
o 106 countries < 608.

Russia is 46th on the following list, & China
is an incredibly low 184th on the following
list, which is highly unlikely, but that's what
they're claiming.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_death_rates_by_country

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References to articles used in this post:

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October 2 2021

A 105-year-old woman who survived the
1918 flu that killed 50 million people
worldwide has died of COVID-19
https://www.businessinsider.com/105-year-old-woman-survived-1918-flu-dead-covid-2021-10?op=1
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October 2 2021

US hits 700,000 COVID deaths just as
cases begin to fall; Vaccine mandates
hit amid historic health care staff shortage
https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/us-covid-19-death-toll-nears-700000-flu-s-return-will-shape-the-pandemic-s-impact/ar-AAODtSq
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Ongoing - Current World Population
https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/
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October 1 2021

Global COVID-19 deaths hit 5 million
as Delta variant sweeps the world
https://news.yahoo.com/global-covid-19-deaths-hit-033806947.html
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April 1 2021

Measuring Mortality In the Pandemics
of 1918–19 And 2020–21
https://www.healthaffairs.org/do/10.1377/hblog20210329.51293/full/
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Dec 14, 2021, 2:32:10 PM12/14/21
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Follow-up:

In researching another article about Covid-19,

[ Updated Covid-19 info Dec 14 2021 at
https://groups.google.com/g/misc.health.diabetes/c/6xKUKQcNBMg/m/8P7yUInICAAJ ]

I found a website with dramatically different
stats about the 1918 Flu pandemic than were
included in the original post in this thread:

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The global impact of the largest
influenza pandemic in history
https://ourworldindata.org/spanish-flu-largest-influenza-pandemic-in-history
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...

Estimates suggest that the world population
in 1918 was 1.8 billion.

Global Number of Deaths from
4 Flu (Influenza) Pandemics
https://ourworldindata.org/uploads/2020/03/Influenza-pandemics-in-comparison-1-1536x755.png

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On Saturday, October 2, 2021 at 1:03:56 PM UTC-5, _ wrote:

.> - - -
.>
.> See links to articles at the bottom of this
.> post for the sources used in this post:
.>
.> - - -
.> World Deaths from Covid-19 & 1918 Flu
.>
.> Total Covid-19 Deaths: 5 million, which
.> is 6.33/100ths of 1% of 7,897,106,000
.> which is the world population when I
.> began writing this post, which is 1 of
.> every 1,579.4212 people.
.>
.> Total 1918 Flu Deaths: 50 million, which
.> was 20% of world population which was
.> 250 million in 1918.

See above for different estimates on 1918
Flu deaths & an estimated world population
of 1.8 billion, far higher than the 250 million
mentioned above. I'm fairly confident that
that 250 million figure was a mistake.

.> - - -
.>
.> - - -
.> U.S. Deaths from Covid-19 & 1918 Flu
.>
.> U.S. Covid-19 Deaths: 700,000 which is
.> 2/10ths of 1% of 333,456,000 which is
.> the U.S. population when I began writing
.> this post, & that is 1 of every 476.3657
.> Americans.
.>
.> U.S. 1918 Flu Deaths: 675,000, which was
.> 6.4/10ths of 1% of U.S. population which
.> was 105 million in 1918.
.> - - -
.>
.> Questions:
.>
.> Why is the U.S. death rate from Covid-19
.> so much higher than the world death rate
.> from Covid-19?
.>
.> My guesses:
.>
.> 1) Much of the world is impoverished with
.> far less in the way of people traveling &
.> mixing with others.
.>
.> 2) U.S. proclivity for group gatherings (such
.> as the NFL currently having full attendance
.> allowed in their stadiums) is far higher than
.> it is in most of the world.
.>
.> 3) Communist-controlled countries, China &
.> Russia the most populous, have dictatorial
.> control & dubious (unreliable) reporting of
.> Covid-19 incidence & deaths, highly suspi-
.> cious, but also that dictatorial control makes
.> following facemask edicts much higher than
.> it is in the U.S.
.>
.> 4) Per the following, the U.S. Covid-19 death
.> rate is the 20th-highest in the world (on list
.> of Covid-19 death rates by country). World
.> average is 608 deaths per million, with
.>
.> o 88 countries > than 608,
.> o 106 countries < 608.
.>
.> Russia is 46th on the following list, & China
.> is an incredibly low 184th on the following
.> list, which is highly unlikely, but that's what
.> they're claiming.
.> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/COVID-19_pandemic_death_rates_by_country
.>
.> - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
.> References to articles used in this post:
.>
.> - - -
.> October 2 2021
.>
.> A 105-year-old woman who survived the
.> 1918 flu that killed 50 million people
.> worldwide has died of COVID-19
.> https://www.businessinsider.com/105-year-old-woman-survived-1918-flu-dead-covid-2021-10?op=1
.> - - -
.>
.> - - -
.> October 2 2021
.>
.> US hits 700,000 COVID deaths just as
.> cases begin to fall; Vaccine mandates
.> hit amid historic health care staff shortage
.> https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/us-covid-19-death-toll-nears-700000-flu-s-return-will-shape-the-pandemic-s-impact/ar-AAODtSq
.> - - -
.>
.> - - -
.> Ongoing - Current World Population
.> https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/
.> - - -
.>
.> - - -
.> October 1 2021
.>
.> Global COVID-19 deaths hit 5 million
.> as Delta variant sweeps the world
.> https://news.yahoo.com/global-covid-19-deaths-hit-033806947.html
.> - - -
.>
.> - - -
.> April 1 2021
.>
.> Measuring Mortality In the Pandemics
.> of 1918–19 And 2020–21
.> https://www.healthaffairs.org/do/10.1377/hblog20210329.51293/full/
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.>
.> End References
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.> * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - *
.> Diabetes Bubble / Diabetes Bubble Burst
.> https://prohuman.net/diabetesbubblediabetesbubbleburst.htm
.>
.> C.ure I.nsulinitis A.ssociation
.> https://prohuman.net/cureinsulinitisassociation.htm
.>
.> Glucose Anomalies Research regarding
.> Potential Cures / Improvements in Treatments
.> https://prohuman.net/glucoseanomaliesresearch.htm
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