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Alabama cuts COVID deaths with no underlying conditions from 130 to 13 – AL.com

Alabama has changed the way it classifies COVID deaths.

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A change in criteria used to determine some coronavirus deaths in Alabama has lowered that count by more than 100.
Data from the Alabama Department of Public Health now shows 13 of the states 2,914 COVID-19 deaths were among people with no underlying health conditions. The age range for those deaths is 53-88 with a median age of 73.
Two days ago, ADPH listed 130 COVID-19 deaths among those with no underlying conditions with an age range of 33-103 and median age of 76.
The change comes after ADPH…

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