By Joe Hoft
Guest post by Dave Stadulis
The Devil is in the Details and The Trends Look Like Hell
Some may want to “Follow the Science” since a majority feel it is correct but math provides the true answers. Math takes the data and determines the trends. While we must learn from the past 22 months of this pandemic we also must understand the current trends so we can determine the correct path forward.
In the first 3 months of 2020 in the US, 3,603 people died from Covid-19. In April the deaths accelerated and varied between 9k and 15k per week. Eventually, 333,199 died between April 1, 2020 and Dec 31, 2020 for a daily average of 1,216 deaths.