WHO nearly triples global COVID-19 deaths after factoring in 'deaths linked indirectly to COVID-19'

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TheBlaze— The World Health Organization nearly tripled the global COVID-19 mortality figure on Thursday after taking into consideration "indirect" deaths allegedly related to the pandemic.What happened?The WHO previously reported 5.4 million COVID deaths in 2020 and 2021. But the organization revised that number to 14.9 million after adding what they claimed are the estimated number of "excess mortality" deaths. That means the WHO believes there were 9.5 million more deaths related to pandemic in 2020 and...

Global News—COVID-19 pandemic has killed nearly 15M globally, including indirect deaths: WHO. WHO provided a range of 13.3 million deaths to 16.6 million between Jan. 1, 2020, and Dec. 31, 2021, it said in a release Thursday.

Time—Nearly 15 Million Deaths Are Linked to COVID-19, World Health Organization Says. That's more than double the official death toll

KSBW—WHO: Nearly 15M deaths associated with COVID-19. The new tally is more than double the previously believed death toll of 6 million.