If You’re Under 29, You’re More Likely To Die Of Drowning Than Coronavirus

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Excerpted from The Gateway Pundit: The number of deaths from coronavirus in the US has been plummeting since mid April.

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) there were 78 coronavirus deaths in the United State in the 0 to 29-year-old age group this year.

In the United States since 1999, an average of more than 815 children ages 14 and under have died as a result of unintentional drowning each year.

Using these numbers it is safe to say a child or young adult under 29 is eight times more likely to die from drowning than die from the coronavirus in America. Read the whole thing