Yahoo News reports:
New research published earlier this month in the American Journal of Public Health argues that Florida is undercounting the number of people who died from COVID-19 by thousands of cases, casting new doubt on claims that Gov. Ron DeSantis navigated the coronavirus pandemic successfully.
Conservatives have celebrated DeSantis for his handling of the pandemic, which has killed more than 30,000 residents of the state. Critics of the combative governor, meanwhile, say that many of those deaths would have been prevented if he had listened more diligently to health experts.
DeSantis resisted lockdowns, downplayed masks and has made it increasingly difficult for localities to institute public health measures of their own.
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‼️New research argues that #Florida is *undercounting the number of #COVID19 deaths by THOUSANDS of cases* casting more doubt on bogus claims that Ron #DeathSantis successfully handled the coronavirus pandemic.https://t.co/TXfdd5Oz3A
— Dena Grayson, MD, PhD (@DrDenaGrayson) March 30, 2021