Just doing the math of known deaths vs known cases(which we know are way understated), other than the NY/NJ/NE early hotspot, most states have death rates of between 1-2.5 %, so depending on what estimate you use for true cases numbers - perhaps 5-8 times the known positives, you get a death rate in the expected range - .3 - .5 %.
I guess I cant refute nonsense with facts, right now the estimates are 20-25 million americans have had it, with 130K deaths - do the math, that would be .57% if you split the estimate and use 22.5 million as a figure. It's likely that's an understatement as well, so the real number is prob lower, more in the .3-.4% range.
You cant use NY numbers as a real esitmate because they had a lopsided proportion of elderly infected due to the fact they sent infected patients back to nursing homes to infect the others.
she made drinking bars serve outside only (70%+ drinking sales). Most are not set up for that, so they closed. Most got their liquor orders Tuesday/Wednesday, so it’s paid for. Numbers were rising because of some bars in the cities.