Not sure that the 2 examples given to change one death in Alaska and another by a couple is concrete examples of widespread inflation. The article was poorly written, but I thank you for the interesting link. It did lead me to an article regarding miscalculation of deaths that clarified how it occurred and how it was fixed.Almost everywhere apparently. In addition, hospitals have a financial incentive to classify deaths as China Virus related.
Regardless, I think that there can be collegiate sports in the fall, albeit with some adjustments. Much, much more widespread testing would help--it would also likely show that while deaths have risen, new infections and recoveries have risen by a much larger number, which would bring the death toll in percentage terms down. Further, it would allow for some comparisons, say like flu season to see what the differences are and drive some better public policy decisions/guidelines for people to use.