Well, since your graph appears to stop at week 11 for 2019-2020 (March 9-15), and there were a total of 62 reported CV-19 deaths in the US as of 3/15, I fail to see how misrepresenting pneumonia deaths as CV-19 deaths would explain the drop of several hundred cases represented between weeks ten and eleven.We wouldnt be reclassifying them as Covid related??? Nah.
You have to look at the data dummy.Yes. Looked at the underlying data cited in the graph. Data went through week 11, drop in pneumonia deaths between weeks 10 and 11 was 661, total number of reported CV-19 deaths as of week 11 was either 56 or 62 (3/14 vs. 3/15).
Now, explain how misrepresenting pneumonia deaths as CV-19 deaths would account for the drop shown in the graph?