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Tuesday, February 14th, 2023, 10:27 am

So Far This Year 75,717 Deaths in England and Wales, Compared to 58,461 in the Same Period in 2019

I HAVE just grabbed the latest data, which was published 20 minutes ago. Be careful not to read government spin or ONS’s attempt to ‘editorialise’ this data, basically comparing peak pandemic years to the present instead of pre-pandemic times. Here are the numbers of deaths for 2019:

2019 deaths

Compare to 2023:

2023 deaths

That’s an increase by 29.51% or 30% if you round it up.

Here is the official data:

It’s hard to trust the government on such stuff because it was complicit in a botched reponse and would rather cover up not just what happened in the past but what is happening at present.

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