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Monday, October 10th, 2022, 2:39 pm

ONS Data: Working Age Adults See 10% Rise in Mortality Between 2019 (Pre-COVID-19, January-September) and 2022 (Year to Present)

JUST to be clear, I wish to state upfront this post does not blame vaccines for anything. There are many different factors to consider, but the net effect is that a lot more people are dying than before. It’s like 10 times higher than the rate of population growth.

We’ve only just published (as ODF) sets of mortality figures from England and Wales. Here they are.

I’ve done some further analysis of the numbers, which I will revisit as more (newer) data comes in. Some will become available tomorrow, as noted before (“England and Wales Summertime Deaths in 2020 versus 2022 (Spoiler: About 1,500 More Deaths Registered Per Week in 2022″).

It’s widely known and generally recognised that COVID-19 mostly kills very old people, irrespective of gender and race (those factors play a role, but age is the most common factor).

So how many people died before and after COVID-19 infections, vaccinations, and lock-downs?

I’ve studied the data carefully and found that in January till mid September, for ages 15-44, the total deaths were:

10,404 in 2019
11,384 in 2022

For ages 45-64: (much higher risk group)

45,296 in 2019
49,424 in 2022

The cutoff I’ve chosen for September is me being GENEROUS in FAVOUR of 2022 (i.e. making the numbers in 2022 look smaller for the analogous period), so assuming the numbers published were daily rather than weekly it would be about 10% difference for both age ranges.

These numbers are very big and death is not “subjective”, so the statistical dataset is of high quality.

I’ve intentionally left out 2020 and 2021 because of massive spikes in deaths. If the number of deaths is about 10% higher after 2021 (compared to before 2020) and government statistics say those deaths in 20222 are barely due to COVID-19, then something else is killing a lot more working age adults than before. To say that COVID-19 is no longer a pandemic is truly insane. We’ve not solved the problem. 6,000 more people cannot reach their pension age (and that’s just for January-September). So it’s not only an “old people’s problem”.

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