Sorry, Twitter, Florida COVID Deaths Are Getting Dangerously Close To Zero

COVID-19 delta variant cases and deaths are plummeting in Florida, according to new data from the CDC.

The reports serves as a reminder to the coronabros that it’s time to move on. It also comes amid President Joe Biden proposed mandate of companies with more than 100 employees to be fully vaccinated.

However, everyone on Twitter will continue to lose their minds and preach for more lock downs and masking. And with numerous studies’ coming out that those with natural immunity are more protected than those who take the vaccine, we can’t deny the numbers.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has shown no signs of backing down to the COVID mob and we can expect to see the state of Florida to enjoy more freedoms’ than most in the United States.

Written by Nick Geddes

Nick Geddes is a 2021 graduate of the University of Central Florida with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism. A life-long sports enthusiast, Nick shares a passion for sports writing and is proud to represent OutKick.


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  1. You need to be careful. I’m from Florida and support Desantis so I’m not a coronabro, but you need to understand how Florida changed their reporting. Florida now reports deaths by date they occured, not date the death notice is approved, as was done in the past. What that means is that, taking yesterday for example, only 5 people were reported to have died, but all that means is that only 5 death notices were approved for deaths that occured THAT DAY, but many more death notices were approved for previous days which don’t show up in reports for THAT DAY. It can take time for death notices to make their way through the system. In other words, you see the number 5 for yesterday, but next week go look at the data for September 16 and you’ll see a higher number. I’ve been watching the numbers closely. The peak in deaths around August 20th was at one time LOWER than the previous peak around January 20th. But as the days go by and more death notices are approved, the peak got retroactively bigger.

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