We actually don't get accurate data on the COVID deaths. Some of the deaths were not reported because of coverups, others not reported for other reasons. My mother, who passed away back in 2006, had a family member, her first cousin, in another state, and we communicated back and forth several times a year, since my mother passed away. She was an older lady whose husband had been dead for many years. So she was my cousin too, and she had adult children, who are my cousins also, but I haven't communicated with them in ages, or even know their whereabouts. Eventually, the lady, their mother, went into an assisted living home, and passed her own home to one of her kids. I would write her letters, and she would write me back. We would call each other, keep in touch, and send birthday cards, and Christmas cards back and forth She would tell me about how she loved getting together with the others to play board games for prizes. Well, my last letter to her went unanswered. I couldn't understand why. I phoned the facility, and all they would tell me was that she wasn't there anymore. I begin to think her adult children had moved her from there, to either another assisted living center, or maybe to a nursing home. I talked to another family member of mine, and they didn't know, but said I shouldn't worry about it. I called again, and asked the assisting living center had she passed away, and they would not tell me anything! They said to ask her family, and I told them, I AM her family! Long story short, I started researching the state database of obits, and there was her obit. I knew something was going on. This was during the height of the COVID pandemic. I don't know that is what she died from, but I am very suspicious, as the COVID was plaguing the nursing homes and assisted living homes at that time. You would think, they could at least tell a person that their loved one had passed away, maybe not the cause, but at least, of their death.
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