41 US States Lost More People to 2018 Flu Than to Covid-19
And that's with taking the fraudulent Covid figures at face value
Here’s an interesting graphic comparing people who succumbed to the flu in the 2017-18 season by US states and people who perished while testing positive for Covid-19 in 2020, or who are merely “suspected” of having perished with Covid-19, or who were heart attack excess deaths declared “Covid victims” by the diktat of CDC or Governor Cuomo:
Just eight states — Colorado, Connecticut, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island — had more supposed Covid deaths than 2018 flu deaths.
However, this is data updated through April 26. Since then another state, Maryland, has recorded more Covid-associated (rightly or wrongly) deaths with 1140.
Another five states have the (inflated) Covid counts near the 2018 flu figures, Delaware with 152, Illinois with 2355, Indiana 1114, Pennsylvania 2541 and Washington 814. In the coming weeks these may join Maryland in exceeding their 2018 flu tally.
But even with all the covid tally shenanigans that will still leave 36 US states which lost more people to the 2018 flu season.