This response is very misleading. While Dr Erickson admittedly extrapolates data from the test positives to create a whole state look his numbers do seem to match what other studies are showing. USC and Stanford did a study each and both came out with rates of a range of 30 to 85 times higher rate of infection than was initially believed making the death rate fall dramatically. Of course these studies were panned and were disappeared as quickly as the Dr Erickson press conference from YouTube. In Boston and Chelsea Mass three different small scale studies were done but each coming out with a percentage of around 1/3 to 1/2 of all tested had the virus bringing into question how widespread it is. New York has studies showing somewhere between 14% and 25% have the anti-bodies showing widespread infection at some point and lowering the death rate dramatically. There is also admitted reporting concerns that a number of deaths reported are people with Covid-19 not caused by Covid-19 a big difference. A report done in New York of 7000 of the deaths showed a whopping 99% of those that had died were suffering from some form of terminal illness besides Covid-19. A study done in England concluded that 5% of the deaths were by Covid-19 alone, while 95% were caused by another terminal illness in conjunction with Covid-19. That should at least put some question of the lethality of this virus. It is interesting that anything that varies from the accepted narrative gets savaged including Dr Erickson, the USC and Stanford study and others are just ignored.