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The corona lockdowns were followed by an unprecedented surge in drug overdose deaths in America.
In total, an estimated 93,331 Americans died of overdoses in 2020 - a nearly 30% increase from the previous year.This is more than double the number of people dying during the peak of the AIDS epidemic but according to our media it's barely even an issue.
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