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Thursday, June 23rd, 2022, 4:18 pm

Weekly Increase of 56% in COVID-19-Linked Deaths, But the Government’s Disclosure of Data is Almost Going Away Next Week

Today’s numbers: (released moments ago)

COVID-19 is ‘coming back’… big time

When it comes to UK data (COVID-19 fatalities data), the data supplied to the public is already 35 days behind! Here’s the latest from the government’s official portal:

19-05-2022 72
18-05-2022 70
17-05-2022 94
16-05-2022 84

Nothing since then! But there’s a workaround.

Based on data we do have, in the week ending 10-06-2022 we had 55.6% more deaths with COVID-19 in the death certificate than the prior week. We’re being subjected to gaslighting and left in the dark:

10-06-2022 334
03-06-2022 211

Hospitalisations in England alone:

21-06-2022 1,155 England (unknown for UK yet; unpublished)
20-06-2022 1,055 England (unknown for UK yet; unpublished)
19-06-2022 942 England (unknown for UK yet; unpublished)
18-06-2022 797 England (unknown for UK yet; unpublished)
17-06-2022 829 England (unknown for UK yet; unpublished)
16-06-2022 822 England (950 UK)
15-06-2022 842 England (992 UK)
14-06-2022 763 England (905 UK)
13-06-2022 722 England (859 UK)
12-06-2022 659 England (774 UK)

It’s even higher for the UK as a whole.

So why is the data going away? Because COVID-19 is going away? Or because the government cannot defend its policies anymore? The media has been complicity in this gaslighting.

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