The CDC site shows Florida had 361 deaths over the last seven days, which means their state shows up a pretty light blue compared to the dark blue in all the states around it. Success! Right?
The total deaths in Florida on September 17th https://archive.is/7qefa is 50,811, but a week earlier, on 10th September https://archive.is/jPBIb, it was 48,273 - a difference of 2,538. A week earlier https://archive.is/s0oLS, it was 45,909,- a difference of 2,364.
It's a simple trick. They just don't report most of the deaths until after a week has passed, so the average of the preceding seven days' reports is always nice and low, then "correct" them later.
Use the real number, and you get nearly 12 deaths per 100,000 population over the week, which is literally off the scale (the darkest blue only goes up to 10.9, and Texas and the other states are at about 7).
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