MUST SEE: CDC Data Shows HUGE Difference in Flu Cases in US
This year has been a wild year. Honestly, to say that is a huge understatement. This has been an unprecedented year that is unlike anything else that we’ve ever experienced.
One thing that we started noticing early on in the year when the coronavirus was just grasping onto our country is that cases of the flu had practically disappeared.
At the time of this writing, we’ve had 20 million cases of the coronavirus in the United States along with 347,000 reported deaths.
We have many reasons to believe that both of these numbers are a not accurate. In fact, based on a report from the CDC themselves, only about 6% of all death in the U.S. that are classified as deaths from COVID-19 were actually from the virus exclusively.
We’ve seen deaths being counted that we know for a fact didn’t die from COVID at all. There were people who died from gunshot wounds or alcohol poisoning that were counted as COVID deaths.
But in regard to the flu, what are we seeing now?
We’re seeing cases at an all-time low. I mean unbelievable levels. Just how low? Well, just take a look at this chart:
Do you see that red line with the triangles at the bottom? That’s right now. That’s what we’re currently seeing. All of the other lines are from different years.
If you ask me, this can only be because of two reasons.
It’s either because all of the safety measures that we’re taking for COVID are actually working and that’s why the flu isn’t being spread, or it’s because flu cases are being misdiagnosed as COVID -19.
I don’t think it’s the first reason and I’ll tell you why. If it were true that the measures would be preventing the flu from being spread, then it would also be working to prevent COVID from being spread as well.
Now take a look at these next two images. The first reflects flu cases this season and the second on reflects flu cases at the same time last year.
See the difference?