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Covid-19: how many people have died? | The Economist

Officially, covid-19 has killed 3m people around the world. But statistical modelling from The Economist suggests the number could be as much as four times higher.

00:00 - How accurate is the official death toll?
01:25 - How to calculate the real death toll
02:10 - How to calculate India’s death toll?
03:25 - Where has the death toll been underreported?
04:14 - Where are excess deaths lower than expected?
05:06 - India’s second wave explained?
06:09 - Is India an outlier?
06:47 - Rich v poor world: how covid-19 has spread

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