Drug Overdoses Killed 2x More People In San Francisco Than COVID-19

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According to recent reports, more than 700 people died of a drug overdose in San Francisco last year. The coronavirus pandemic killed less than 300. Yes, the same pandemic that blocked the entire city and shut down stores. Sadly, the overdose rate is worse in 2021.

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Here’s what the San Francisco Chronicle reported Saturday:

San Francisco suffered an epidemic in 2020 that was more deadly than COVID-19. Drug overdoses resulted in more than 700 deaths last year, while the communicable disease declared a global pandemic killed fewer than 300 — and 2021 looks to be even worse.

This year’s preliminary tally of 252 accidental overdose deaths from January to April, which is the latest available through the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, suggests San Francisco is on track to surpass 2020 in overdose deaths, which was a record-breaking year itself — 181 people fatally overdosed over the same time period in 2021.

Accidental overdose deaths in San Francisco have risen sharply in recent years. The number of deaths in just the first four months of 2021 exceeds 2017’s annual total of 222. The chief medical examiner’s data shows that overdose fatalities in San Francisco began to skyrocket in 2019, when fentanyl entered the city’s drug supply.

Fentanyl is often produced in China. It enters our country through illegal channels at the southern border. Yes, Joe Biden and the new administration relaxed law enforcement down there.

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said authorities have caught 800% more fentanyl than the amount they caught last year.

In January, Biden rescinded an executive order inked by his predecessor. Donald Trump knew what he was doing back then. The executive order is related to the prescription of buprenorphine, a treatment for opioid addicts.

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Source: Breitbart

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