Covid-19 death skepticism, explained by a cognitive scientist - 2020-09-01

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F0.png Covid-19 death skepticism, explained by a cognitive scientist September 1, 2020, Alan Jern, Vox

As the US Covid-19 death toll continues to rise (more than 183,000 as of September 1), so has the number of people who believe that the official death count is vastly inflated.

According to a July Axios-Ipsos poll, almost one in three people surveyed in the US thought the number of Covid-19 deaths was lower than what was being reported.

Some of the high-profile death skeptics, like author Alex Berenson, believe the media is deliberately sensationalizing deaths. Others note that many of these people were older and might have died during the same period anyway.

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{{cite news | first = Alan | last = Jern | title = Covid-19 death skepticism, explained by a cognitive scientist | url = https://www.vox.com/2020/9/1/21410352/cdc-6-percent-covid-19-deaths-comorbidities | work = Vox | date = September 1, 2020 | accessdate = September 3, 2020 }}