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Tuesday, May 16th, 2023, 9:56 am

In Summertime We Now Have Wintertime-Like Death (Mortality) Levels in the UK

I‘VE just taken a snapshot of the figures posted about an hour ago, showing that from 10059 deaths in week 17 of 2019 (before COVID-19 broke out) we rose to 12152, or an increase of 2093 deaths for the week. That’s an increase of 21%. Health emergency, right? Just don’t ask our government for comment… they’d rather not discuss this or investigate the cause/s.

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