The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been inaccurately reporting inflated COVID numbers for the state of Florida, according to the Florida Department of Health. How long did they think they could get away with it?
The CDC updated the data Tuesday to reflect an accurate Sunday total of coronavirus cases in the state, as the CDC incorrectly combined “MULTIPLE days into one,” giving Florida the worst ever total.
“Wrong again. The number of cases @CDCgov released for Florida today is incorrect,” the Florida Department of Health declared, “They combined MULTIPLE days into one. We anticipate CDC will correct the record.”:
— Florida Dept. of Health (@HealthyFla) August 10, 2021
“The CDC initially reported 28,317 new cases on Sunday but adjusted that number to 19,584 by Tuesday,” reports Yahoo News. “The health department said there were 15,319 cases on Sunday. The CDC and the state did not immediately respond to an after-hours email from Fox News about the discrepancy.”
The CDC then reported on Tuesday, Florida surpassed 20,000 cases on a rolling seven-day average of new cases, “a day after the federal agency misreported numbers given by the Florida Department of Health by combining data from the last three days into two.”
According to Google’s coronavirus tracker marked at August 11, 141 people have died in the past seven days from the Chinese coronavirus in a state with more than 21 million residents.
I had honestly started to wonder if Florida's numbers were truly increasing exponentially or if it was an attack from the CDC, media, and corrupt government because of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' strong stance against President Joe Biden, mask mandates, and vaccine passports. It was just too coincidental for this to be happening.
Interestingly enough, the Florida counties with the highest coronavirus infection rates and death counts are Democrat-run counties.
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