I was reading issue #37 of Mike Eades' The Arrow this morning, pleased to see a section on total, all-cause mortality. He had no more luck than I; since apparently, it's far easier to gather all statistics and tell you how many people died of Covid-19 than simply: how many people, simply...died altogether. It's all very simple, aparently.
You will actually see caveats, disclosures, and warnings in total all-cause mortality statistics along the lines of "not yet adjusted for Covid-19."
Think about that.