California's deadliest spring in 20 years suggests COVID undercount

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About 125,000 Californians died from March through July, up by 14,200, or 13%, from the average for the same five months during the prior three years, according to a review of data from the state Department of Public Health. A closer look at the data reveals startling trends.

About 125,000 Californians died from March through July, up by 14,200, or 13%, from the average for the same five months during the prior three years, according to a review of data from the state Department of Public Health. A closer look at the data reveals startling trends.

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