Looks like verify might be what you're looking for.Before Thanksgiving the CDC had actually separated the deaths where covid was the likely only cause of death in contrast with those who died and tested positive with covid.
They may still separate those two classifications. From what I recall the number was something like 4% of those people who are included as dying from covid as actually dying exclusively from covid.
Part of that problem was the fact that the deaths with covid were being inflated due to the false PCB tests. The NIH or the CDC corrected the number of cycles that were being used to determine positive or negative covid in early January of this year. That's the reason that we're seeing falling numbers of covid cases is partly because many people have had it and therefore do not get it again, and also that they change the criterion for testing positive through the test. There are multiples fewer persons testing positive then what had been under the previous criterion. there had been a post about a week ago titled the real reason the covid numbers are falling.