There is the possibility of simple data-entry errors – but these are enormous mistakes, not mistyped numbers, or extra zeroes, but exaggerations by orders of magnitude.
One home, Smith Village in Chicago, blamed a form which turned their total cases for May into “daily cases” for May, thus multiplying the total by 31. But that doesn’t reasonably account for all incorrect data. No form, however badly designed the mathematics, can turn “zero” into “three hundred and thirty-nine”.
Either there is a deliberate intent to deceive here, or incompetence so gross it baffles the mind. And, either way, it calls into question the reliability of ALL their claims, data and reports.US Gov website falsely inflating Care Home Covid deaths