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CDC director admits hospitals have monetary 'incentive' to inflate coronavirus death count

CDC director admits hospitals have monetary 'incentive' to inflate coronavirus death count

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Robert Redfield admitted last week that American hospitals may have monetary incentive to inflate coronavirus death counts.

Shockingly, Redfield admitted that they do.

"When it comes to death reporting, though, ultimately, it's how the physician defines it in the death certificate, and … we review all of those death certificates.

Debate has raged over whether coronavirus deaths are being counted accurately, and various studies have found conflicting conclusions.

Still, it may never be possible to get an accurate count of deaths or cases, considering not everyone who contracts the disease is tested.

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