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Thursday, September 22nd, 2022, 3:35 pm

It Has Now Been Over Two Months and No Excess Mortality Figures Published by Our Government

 Weekly all-cause mortality surveillance: 2021 to 2022

They stopped releasing these reports when there was a massive COVID-19 surge. How convenient.

From IRC:

[16:27] <Techrights-sec> Just stop testing and stop publishing the results, and the problem goes away.
[16:29] <schestowitz-TR> they also need to hide excess mortality reports
[16:29] <schestowitz-TR> from what I saw, they use a BS formula
[16:29] <schestowitz-TR> it takes past 5 years
[16:29] <schestowitz-TR> so in 2022 they factor in 2021 and 2020
[16:29] <schestowitz-TR> as if they were “normal” years
[16:29] <schestowitz-TR> so 2022 looks not so bad
[16:29] <schestowitz-TR> half your dataset is lockdown panic
[16:31] <Techrights-sec> ack

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