More than twice as many Americans in San Francisco, California, died from drug overdoses in 2020 as did from the Chinese coronavirus, San Francisco’s Chief Medical Examiner reveals.
In preliminary data published by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for San Francisco, more than twice as many Americans were found to have died from drug overdoses as they did from coronavirus despite a massive emphasis on pandemic deaths from January to December 2020.
“More than twice as many people died from drug overdoses as from Covid-19 in San Francisco last year,” the Wall Street Journal reported. In 2020, a record 708 San Francisco residents died from drug overdoses while 254 residents died from coronavirus.
Already this year, in January and February, 137 San Francisco residents have died from drug overdoses, the Chief Medical Examiner report shows. The numbers indicate the city is on a track to reach 800 drug overdose deaths by the end of 2021, according to the Journal. (Read more from “San Francisco Medical Examiner: Drugs Killed More Than Twice as Many Americans as Coronavirus” HERE)
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