The numbers sound solid. Square, rational. Especially when they come from an official body. And there … Stupor. Posts on social networks affirm that according to the very serious Insee, there is no excess mortality in France due to the coronavirus. Ha! If even INSEE says it, eh, it’s true.
Except it’s wrong. There you go. That these alleged figures do not come from INSEE. And that according to this organization, unfortunately, the epidemic has caused an increase in deaths. But why were these posts so relayed? This is what Clémence will explain to us in this latest issue ofOMF Oh my fake
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