National Center for health Statistics Follow on Chart


Another very interesting government graph

This is a screen capture on 7/31/2020 from the National Center for Health Statistics.

Click here for a link to this Chart

Like the previous chart click on any week and it will give you the deaths per group for that week. Because of timing in state reporting the numbers may change some over time but the lag of a couple of weeks from some does not appear to be significant to the overall Table. After you get to the web side you will need to scroll down to get to the table. The yellow line is the expected number of deaths from January 1917 to the present. Therefor any deaths about that line is above normal.  You can see that the end of March 2020 was the first time deaths exceeded normal and they peaked in April 2020 and are now only slightly about normal.

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