In less good news, more people are being found dead in care homes which have been hit hard by the virus. Here in Canada they did lockdowns too little too late and have only recently stopped people from working in multiple homes which seems like a bleeding obvious way to spread a virus between multiple vulnerable people.
I think there's also a real risk that there will be people who have died and home that no one will know about. Maybe this is a time when some controlled access to data (such as phone, utilities, banking records) could be combined to identify people who may not be consuming anything so they can be checked on.
These are examples where mortality rates can lag reality - more people will have the virus than we realize, but also more people will have died from it than we know about.
In other news, China has "revised" their Wuhan stats upward by 50%. Expect their numbers to be revised multiple times until the real number is reported, with little press coverage each time or condemnation by our politicians because they are all in their pockets.
From the officials that claim "zero deaths in Tiananmen Square"