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Tuesday, October 25th, 2022, 1:44 pm

England and Wales Increase in Deaths by Age Group: 62% in Children, 12% in Teens, Almost 20% in Adults, and 16% in Old People

The data has just been published irrespective of age groups. Let’s examine how it affects different age groups. The hypothesis or the assumption the media makes is, only very old (and frail, with “underlying conditions”) folks are dying more. Is that true? Let’s find out.

Pre- (2019) and Post-COVID-19 (2022) in Week 41, based on a full (complete) sample of about 10,000 deaths:

2019 W41
Ages 01-14: 16
Ages 15-44: 302
Ages 45-64: 1,137
Ages 65-74: 1,595
Ages 75-84: 2,869
Ages 85+: 4,008

2022 W41
Ages 01-14: 26
Ages 15-44: 338
Ages 45-64: 1,351
Ages 65-74: 1,901
Ages 75-84: 3,413
Ages 85+: 4,627

Increase:
Ages 01-14: 10 (+62%)
Ages 15-44: 36 (+12%)
Ages 45-64: 214 (+18.8%)
Ages 65-74: 306 (+19.2%)
Ages 75-84: 544 (+19%)
Ages 85+: 621 (+15.5%)
Total: 1731

What is the cause of these massive increases?

Crime?
NHS defunding?
Lack of access to treatment/screening during lockdowns etc.?
Depression/suicide/addiction?
Malnutrition/poverty?
Direct death from COVID-19?
Health damage after COVID-19 contraction?
Effect of vaccines?
Accidents (bath/car)?
Cardiac events (may be related to the above)?
A combination of factors above?

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