The 2020 link you provide says we are at 111% of expected deaths for total deaths, pictured.
And that little "2" after percent of expected deaths indicates this is actually lower than the actual percent, and will rise.
2 quoted below:
Percent of expected deaths is the number of deaths for all causes for this week in 2020 compared to the average number across the same week in 2017–2019. Previous analyses of 2015–2016 provisional data completeness have found that completeness is lower in the first few weeks following the date of death (<25%), and then increases over time such that data are generally at least 75% complete within 8 weeks of when the death occurred (8).