LouVewey Interesting, need to look into that
Try looking at excess deaths. CDC tracks it on a weekly basis, although their data tends to run several weeks in arrears. This link shows their chart:
Figures present excess deaths associated with COVID-19 at the national and state levels.
Speaking in round numbers, there are 57,000 to 58,000 deaths per week in the US. In February, CoVid added essentially zero to this number. By mid April, CoVid was up to about 13,000 deaths per week, pushing the total up to about 72,000 deaths per week. After that, the numbers fall off due to the lag in data reporting.
This link has numbers rather than a chart, so you can see deaths from all causes along side CoVid deaths.
National Center for Health Statistics
Edit: In addition to the 55,000 CoVid deaths, there are an additional 24,000 deaths coded as CoVid plus pneumonia. So did the CoVid cause the pneumonia, or did they already have it and the CoVid just happened along? That question is above my pay grade.