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Tuesday, October 18th, 2022, 4:24 am

Ireland’s Death (Mortality) Data: Deaths Not Slowing Down Since Pandemic’s Peak, Totals Still 11% Higher Than Pre-Pandemic

Ireland's death data

UPLOADED and shown at the bottom are the raw, official, unaltered datasets. All I changed was the format to make it an open standard. The data is from this official portal, last Updated: 24/08/2022 (see screenshot above).

We now have Q1 data for this year (nothing later than this has been made publicly available yet), so we can compare apples to apples.

2017 Q1: 9067
2018 Q1: 9278
2019 Q1: 8618
2020 Q1: 8674
2021 Q1: 9564
2022 Q1: 9535

That’s 917 more (this year) deaths than in 2019 (pre-pandemic) or 10.6% higher.

And here’s all the data as ODF files:

This is consistent with what we see in the UK. In the US it’s a lot worse.

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