Your answer to my question
“Perhaps those Asian countries didn’t have such an all-encompassing definition of a covid-death.”
smacks of orientalism – i.e. the belief that those less worthy foreigners don’t know how to do things properly. Unluckily for you, there are some very advanced Asian countries that actually know much better than us in these matters. Nevertheless, this canard regarding dying from rather than with the virus has been in circulation widely amongst covid deniers and skeptics and has also been applied to our own figures in the oh so advanced west..
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