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  1. If the estimated count of those infected from flu last flu season was 1 billion and the estimated flu death count(the highest i've read) is 650,000, how are they coming up with a flu death rate of .1% shouldn't it be less than that? and if it is does that mean the covid-19 death rate is being calculated wrong as well? Dr Fauci on the news said the flu death rate is .1% and covid-19 is .4% "Influenza is a highly contagious respiratory illness that is responsible for significant morbidity and mortality. Approximately 9% of the world’s population is affected annually, with up to 1 billion infections, 3 to 5 million severe cases, and 300,000 to 500,000 deaths each year.1–3' " So if 1 billion are being infected, this quote says 500,000, but ive seen up to 650,000 deaths, how are they coming up with a death rate of .1% shouldn't it be less? Sorry if I posted in wrong section, first post :)
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