1,897 deaths yesterday in the U.S. In one day.
Good thing this isn't real, or that might be worrisome. [/sarc]
The absolute last "Bridge Out" sign before even the hardiest morons will have to admit this is really a thing, is if, heaven forbid, this ever gets to numbers above 7000 deaths/day. That's the number of daily deaths from all causes in a normal year (±2.6M of them/yr): heart attacks, strokes, car accidents, shootings, getting trampled by buffalo, eaten by feral pigs, etc.
If we overtop that, there's no more thin trees to hide behind before the peak of obvious fact appears, that people are dying now, faster, and it can't be imaginary "packing all deaths into Kung Flu" black helicopter horseshit.
(It really shouldn't even take that: the number of, for example, car accidents or shootings now is waaaaaaaaaaay down, because no one's out and about. A normal night for us at work is 5-10 car accidents; we're amazed if we see 1 now. Vehicle accident stats and crime numbers everywhere are doing a mega-nosedive. Deaths from cardio-, cardiorespiratory, and pneumonia deaths are off the charts. That should be a less-than-subtle hint, even to space cadets, but you can't argue someone out of a position using facts and logic, if they didn't use facts and logic to get to where they are in the first place.)
That doesn't mean sanity will break out, especially among the chemtrail lunatard fringe; it just means the tinfoil millinery contingent will have to STFU, or risk a good and well-deserved public stoning every time they open their yawps. NTTAWWT.