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I was wrong about Florida COVID deaths. But not as wrong as I wish I were.

August 6, 2020

I just wrote a new Bloomberg column about how I was wrong to predict 600 daily deaths by COVID in Florida by now; right now it’s at 184. But the fishy data coming out of Florida makes me think I’m not as wrong as I wish I were. Narrow definitions of what counts as a COVID death, lagging data, and changing methodologies make me doubt the official numbers.

Why Florida Doesn’t Look as Deadly as New York

I was wrong about Covid-19 deaths. But not as wrong as I wish I was

For more of my Bloomberg columns, go here.

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  1. Carolyn
    August 6, 2020 at 10:02 pm

    Is there a way to read this without a subscription?

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