Great journalism there. How many others are wrong?

Via Daily Caller:

The New York Times’ list of 1,000 coronavirus victims displayed at the top of its Sunday edition included the name of at least one individual whose death reportedly had nothing to do with the pandemic.

“U.S. deaths near 100,000, an incalculable loss,” the headline reads, just above the list of 1,000 names, meant to be 1% of the overall toll.

The outlet, however, removed the name and reposted the list via Twitter along with a correction notice:

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