California County COVID-19 Death Toll Lowered by 25% After Counting Method Change Zero Hedge reported: The county’s COVID-19 dashboard, following an update on June 4 to reflect the total number of COVID-19 deaths using the state’s death reporting definition, shows 1,223 deaths were caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, 411 fewer than what it previously reported. “Alameda County previously included any person who died while infected with the virus in the total COVID-19 deaths for the County,” the county’s public health department said in a press release. For example, someone who tested positive for the virus before dying in a car accident would still have been counted toward the COVID-19 death toll. “Aligning with the State’s definition will require Alameda County to report as COVID-19 deaths only those people who died as a direct result of COVID-19, with COVID-19 as a contributing cause of death, or in whom death caused by COVID-19 could not be ruled out,” the health officials said, noting that their system of reporting COVID-19 deaths on the dashboard and to the state was implemented early in the pandemic, before the state established guidelines for how deaths should be classified. https://www.zerohedge.com/covid-19/california-county-covid-19-death-toll-lowered-25-after-counting-method-change
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