COVID-19 Global Deaths. America tops list at 99,000

Introduction by Melissa Hemingway
The steepest death curves category of 7 nations is led by the United States, by far the worst in total numbers of COVID-19 deaths at 99,097 at 19 May 2020. There is no acceptable explanation for this. The Secretary of Health and Human services has claimed this week that Americans are the most unhealthy in the world with a large percentage suffering from obesity, diabetes and hypertensive heart disease. He seemed to be saying to CNN’s Jake Tapper, a well known Washington DC investigative journalist, that the responsibility for the massive number of US COVID-19 deaths lies with the American people.

By comparison to other nations with similar health demographics, including Italy and other nations where the average age is higher, those nations did not fail to protect their citizens as miserably as did the United States.

“A vulnerable person, someone who is obese, suffering diabetes or high blood pressure must be protected in the same manner as an infant or a centenarian,” said Dr. Anderson of The RINJ Foundation. “They are isolated from potentially infected people and supported by their government, families and communities until the risk has been removed or a vaccine or other remedy is available.”

There is no point in pulling punches. This is an unmitigated human rights disaster and an unquestionable failure of government leadership to the point of a crime against humanity by the Donald Trump administration.

When asked for a comment, a leading global human rights group spokesperson said, “There’s little point in digging into the blame game or the wild diversions of the Trump administration but more to the point the numbers make the case that Trump and his henchmen need to be charged, convicted and jailed for their crimes against the American people and against all of humanity. This is the worst case of ‘zero-empathy’ leadership second only to the Philippines where people are being gunned down in the streets for criticising the government or not wearing a mask.”

These USA numbers include three states where the government has fudged the numbers significantly and hence the computer scientists have requested and received regional health unit reports direct from medical health care workers.

by Al Manzer and Melissa Hemingway

The countries with the steepest death curves are led by the United States. Following the United States’ with high mortality, poor pandemic mitigation is Brazil, Canada, Mexico, India, Peru and Russia in that order.

Graph: Nations with the steepest death curves.

  1. United States 99093
  2. Brazil 16853
  3. Canada 5960
  4. Mexico 5332
  5. India 3156
  6. Peru 2789
  7. Russia 2722
Click the image for higher resolution. The countries with the steepest death curves

Countries with steepest death curves: United States, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, India, Peru and Russia. Source data: Graph Work by Al Manzar. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement:Rosa Yamamoto FPMag Click the image for higher resolution.

The difference between actual numbers and those offered by political entities ranges from two to three percent of the American total number of deaths. That is a comparison of data known and proven to have an error factor in the output of the US-Government funded and Trump-Administration-biased Johns Hopkins University data. That doesn’t say the errors of JHU reports are deliberate but that the American government data is accepted without question where questions should be asked.

That is also not to suggest only America fudges the numbers. Iran, China, Russia, Britain, and some African nations and Island nations have been questioned by researchers and it is clear that some mistakes were made but always corrected when somehing was questioned. It is also clear that death rates against total reported cases are barely useful.

According to experts, the inaccuracies of American death rate data range across all US States. This conclusion is based on total daily deaths when the period January 1 to April 30 is compared to the same period of non-public data in 2018 and 2019. The three worst States where data seems to be intended to deceive have been collected from alternative medical and mortuary/pathology/coroner sources.

“Johns Hopkins University data about the United States COVID-19 pandemic management is not accurate nor has it ever been anything but understated,” notes computer scientist Fred Harris who leads the multi-disciplined team compiling five times daily data for /COVID-19/ updates.

According to Harris and others, they first suspected issues when Washington State in January appeared to have a conflict between what the State was discussing internally and what the US Federal government was releasing. The discrepancies grew from there. Also there was a significant American testing regime failure from the outset of the outbreak and researchers began then to seek alternative data. “If the CDC had not failed its earlier testing project, we might not have triggered an alternative set of methods for data collection,” is how Harris describes the path taken.

American scientific researchers imply that all the numbers are significantly higher.

  • Country: U.S.A. (pop 328.2M)
  • CoV19 Reported Cases: 1,952,302
  • Current Deaths: 117,439 | 6.0%
  • Cured: 718,697
  • Anticipated cases based on current trajectory including minor: 33,969,811
  • Rest of the world excluding USA.
  • CoV19 Cases: 4,911,365
  • Deaths: 280,026 | 5.791%
  • Cured: 2,548,148
  • Anticipated cases including minor: 132,908,047

In this video above you will hear “California researchers in a study conducted by the University of Southern California and the Los Angeles Department of Public Health concluded that: “between 2.8% and 4.6% of the adult population in Los Angeles County has an antibody to the virus. This translates to between 221,000 and 442,000 adults — an estimate that is 28 to 55 times higher than the roughly 8,000 confirmed cases that the county had in early April, when the study was conducted.”

Brazil is still in a steep vertical climb and appears statistically to have lost control. Canada is getting it under control. Mexico, Peru and Russia are in grave difficulty and could use some help from friends.

33 Countries with cumulative deaths greater than 500

Click the image for higher resolution. 33 Countries with cumulative deaths greater than 500 at 19 May 2020

33 Countries with cumulative deaths greater than 500 at 19 May 2020 Source data: Graph Work by Al Manzar. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa YamamotoFPMag Click the image for higher resolution.

Graph: Southeast Asia and Australia’s calculated Death Curves

Click the image for higher resolution. Southeast Asia and Australia's calculated Death Curves up to 19 May 2020

Southeast Asia and Australia’s calculated Death Curves up to 19 May 2020. Source data: Work by Al Manzar. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa YamamotoFPMag Click the image for higher resolution.

Graph: South American COVID-19 Death Curves

South American Death Curve

South American COVID-19 Death Curves at 19 May 2020. Source data: Graph Work by Al Manzar. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag Click the image for higher resolution.

Graph: African COVID-19 Death Curves

Click the image for higher resolution. Africa Death Curves at 19 May 2020

Africa Death Curves at 19 May 2020 Source data: Graph Work by Al Manzar. Photo Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag Click the image for higher resolution.

June 6, 2020

GMT 05-06-2020 Time: 22:53: In all there have been 6,863,653 reported COVID-19 cases of which 232 territories report 3,199,357 active cases with 3,266,845 recoveries and 397,465 deaths.

All data researched and published by The RINJ Foundation

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Scroll the Over 1k Watch List (Of 232 nations/territories)

Nation (232) Cases Deaths Recovered
*U.S.A.1,952,302* *117,439 | 6.0%718,697
Brazil630,70834,625 | 5.5%288,652
Russia449,8345,528 | 1.2%212,680
Spain288,05827,134 | 9.4%150,376
U.K.284,73440,344 | 14.2%1,227
India236,1846,649 | 2.8%113,231
Italy234,53133,774 | 14.4%163,781
Peru187,4005,162 | 2.8%79,214
Germany185,4148,763 | 4.7%168,500
Turkey168,3404,648 | 2.8%133,400
Iran167,1568,134 | 4.9%129,741
Chile122,4991,448 | 1.2%95,631
Mexico105,68012,545 | 11.9%75,448
Canada95,947* 7,776 | 8.1%52,888
Saudi Arabia95,748642 | 0.7%70,616
Pakistan89,2491,838 | 2.1%31,198
China83,0274,634 | 5.6%78,327
Qatar65,49549 | 0.1%40,935
Bangladesh60,391811 | 1.3%12,804
Belgium58,9079,566 | 16.2%16,112
Netherlands47,1526,005 | 12.7%180
Belarus46,868259 | 0.6%22,066
South Africa43,434908 | 2.1%23,088
Sweden42,9394,639 | 10.8%4,971
Ecuador41,5753,534 | 8.5%20,568
UAE37,642274 | 0.7%20,337
Singapore37,18324 | 0.1%24,209
*France190,18929,114 | 15.3%70,622
Colombia36,6351,145 | 3.1%13,638
Portugal33,9691,465 | 4.31%20,526
Egypt31,1151,166 | 3.7%8,158
Switzerland30,9361,921 | 6.2%28,600
Kuwait30,644244 | 0.8%18,277
Indonesia29,5211,770 | 6.0%9,443
Ukraine25,964762 | 2.9%11,372
Poland25,4101,137 | 4.5%12,410
Ireland25,1631,670 | 6.6%22,698
Philippines20,626987 | 4.8%4,330
Argentina20,197615 | 3.0%6,088
Romania20,1031,316 | 6.5%14,145
Afghanistan18,969309 | 1.6%1,762
Dom Republic18,708525 | 2.8%11,736
Israel17,562291 | 1.7%15,026
Japan17,064907 | 5.3%14,972
Austria16,843672 | 4.0%15,742
Oman15,08672 | 0.5%3,451
Panama15,044363 | 2.4%9,619
Bahrain13,83522 | 0.2%8,585
Kazakhstan12,31252 | 0.4%6,903
Bolivia12,245415 | 3.4%1,658
Denmark11,875586 | 4.9%10,653
Armenia11,817183 | 1.5%3,513
South Korea11,668273 | 2.3%10,506
Serbia11,667247 | 2.1%6,931
Nigeria11,516323 | 2.8%3,535
Algeria9,935690 | 6.9%6,453
Iraq9,846285 | 2.9%4,573
Czechia9,520327 | 3.4%6,880
Moldova9,247323 | 3.5%5,240
Ghana9,16842 | 0.5%3,457
Norway8,510238 | 2.8%8,138
Malaysia8,266116 | 1.40%6,610
Morocco8,071208 | 2.6%7,268
Cameroon7,392205 | 2.8%4,575
Australia7,251102 | 1.41%6,683
Finland6,941322 | 4.6%5,800
Azerbaijan6,86082 | 1.2%3,871
Guatemala6,154158 | 2.6%979
Honduras5,880243 | 4.1%648
Sudan5,865347 | 5.9%1,924
Tajikistan4,37048 | 1.1%2,491
Senegal4,15545 | 1.1%2,276
Djibouti4,12326 | 0.6%1,707
Guinea4,06023 | 0.6%2,667
Luxembourg4,032110 | 2.7%3,885
Uzbekistan4,00716 | 0.4%3,247
Hungary3,970542 | 13.7%2,245
Congo Kinshasa(DRC)3,76481 | 2.2%512
Ivory Coast3,43136 | 1.0%1,604
Thailand3,10258 | 1.9%2,971
Gabon3,10121 | 0.7%833
Greece2,967180 | 6.1%1,374
Nepal2,91211 | 0.4%333
El Salvadore2,84953 | 1.9%1,249
N. Macedonia2,790149 | 5.3%1,632
Haiti2,74050 | 1.8%24
Bulgaria2,627159 | 6.1%1,390
Bosnia & H2,606159 | 6.1%1,968
Kenya2,47479 | 3.2%643
Croatia2,247103 | 4.6%2,113
Somalia2,20479 | 3.6%418
Cuba2,13383 | 3.9%1,848
Venezuela2,08720 | 1.0%334
Mayotte2,07925 | 1.2%1,523
Kyrgyzstan1,93622 | 1.1%1,340
Estonia1,91069 | 3.6%1,667
Maldives1,8837 | 0.4%717
Iceland1,80610 | 0.6%1,794
Ethiopia1,80519 | 1.1%262
Sri Lanka1,80111 | 0.6%858
Lithuania1,69471 | 4.2%1,302
Slovakia1,52628 | 1.8%1,379
New Zealand1,50422 | 1.5%1,481
Mali1,48587 | 5.9%816
Slovenia1,479109 | 7.4%1,359
Central African Republic1,4514 | 0.3%29
Guinea-Bissau1,3398 | 0.6%53
Lebanon1,31228 | 2.1%768
Equatorial Guinea1,30612 | 0.9%200
Costa Rica1,22810 | 0.8%695
Albania1,21233 | 2.7%910
Kosovo1,14230 | 2.6%871
Nicaragua1,11846 | 4.1%370
Hong Kong1,1034 | 0.4%1,045
Zambia1,0897 | 0.6%912
Tunisia1,08749 | 4.5%969
Paraguay1,08711 | 1.0%516
Latvia1,08525 | 2.3%781
South Sudan99410 | 1.0%6
Niger96665 | 6.7%863
Republic of Cyprus96017 | 1.8%807