CDC Deletes 70K COVID Deaths, FL Surgeon General Takes Victory Lap

March 22, 2022 Updated 12:32 PM ET

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March 22st, 2022 Updated 8:46 A.M. ET

ATLANTA (FCV) – According to Nicole Saphier, M.D. citing tracking of COVID-19 death tolls from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the government agency removed approximately 72,257 deaths from its data tracker.

According to Saphier’s aggregate of data, the CDC data tracker showed 852,178 total deaths among all age groups as of March 15, 2022. As of March 16, the toll was revised to 779,921 total deaths, a difference of 72,257.

The CDC reportedly deleted 416 COVID-19 deaths among children aged 0-17 years. 416 deaths constituted a whopping 23.7% of all pediatric deaths during the pandemic.

Florida Surgeon General Joseph Ladapo, recently confirmed after Governor Ron DeSantis’ appointment late last year, has repeatedly blasted the CDC and “DC bureaucrats” for misrepresenting data and supporting universal masking and the notion that all healthy children must get vaccinated.

“[The CDC] expended a lot of energy on conflating the risk between adults and children. They should spend less time crafting policy with union sand more time protecting the elderly,” Ladapo said on Twitter.

“But I’m sure they’re busy doing another child masking study with bad data.”

Ladapo recently announced that new official Florida state health guidance is recommending against COVID-19 vaccination for healthy children, saying that the risks might outweigh the benefits.

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