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Friday, December 29th, 2023, 11:32 pm

As 2024 Starts Millions of People (More Than in Prior Years) Die While They Tell Us Pandemic is ‘Over’

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Excess deaths by week, 2023

https://data-explorer.oecd.org

https://stats.oecd.org/index.aspx?queryid=104676

Australia, weeks 1 – 34, 2023

14,710 (16.8%)

Covid deaths, 4,977

Australia, 2022, weeks 1 – 52

29,738 (18.7%)

Australia, excess deaths
2022 + 2023 = 44,448

Austria, week 1 – 44, 2023

4,444 (6.5%)

Canada, weeks 1 – 33, 2023

28,400 (16.7%)

Covid deaths, 4,613

Canada, 2022

61,468 (22.3%)

Canada, excess deaths
2022 + 2023 = 89,868

Denmark, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

3,052 (6.9%)

Covid deaths, 347

Denmark, 2022

5,871 (11%)

Denmark, excess deaths
2022 + 2023 = 8,923

Finland, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

4,627 (10.5%)

France, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

22,268 (4.9%)

Covid deaths, 5,565

France, 2022

71,751 (11.9%)

Germany, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

59,039 (7.7%)

Germany, 2022

134, 578 (14.9%)

Greece, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

5,132 (5.2%)

Iceland, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

209 (11.5%)

Covid deaths, 0

Iceland, 2022

446 (20.2%)

Israel, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

4,303 (11.8%)

Covid deaths, 640

Israel, 2022

7,050 (15.4%)

Italy, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

938 (0.28%)

Netherlands, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

14,209 (11.3%)

Netherlands, 2022

19,326 (13.2%)

New Zealand, weeks, 1 – 44, 2023

3,960 (14.5%)

New Zealand, 2022

5,787 (17.6%)

Norway, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

1,885 (5.7%)

Norway, 2022

4,980 (12.5%)

Portugal, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

5,184 (6.3%)

Spain, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

11,948 (3.7%)

Switzerland, 1 – 44, 2023

2,063 (3.9%)

UK, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

49,389 (9.44%)

Covid deaths, 18,591

UK, 2022

52,514 (9.26%)

UK excess deaths
2022 + 2023 = 101,903

Height of the Blitz, September 1940 to May 1941

UK civilian deaths, 40,000

Total civilian deaths for WW2, 70,000

US, weeks 1 – 37, 2023

155,763 (7.8%)

Covid deaths, 76,187

US, 2022

495,749 (17.53)

US excess deaths
2022 + 2023 = 651,512

Total US deaths in Vietnam war

The U.S. National Archives shows that 58,220 U.S. soldiers perished.

https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/how-many-americans-were-killed-in-the-vietnam-war.html

Hungary, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

-3,785 (-3.2%)

Poland, weeks 1 – 43, 2023

104 (0.13%)

Slovak republic, weeks 1 – 43, 2023

-774 (-1.54%)

Sweden, weeks 1 – 44, 2023

-529 (0.6%)

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This dataset presents the latest data on All-cause death statistics

Excess mortality and COVID-19 deaths, by week, for all OECD countries for which data are available.

The expected number of deaths is based on the average number of deaths for the same week, (2015-19)

This baseline could be considered a lower estimate of the expected number of deaths since both population growth and an ageing population would be expected to push up the number of deaths observed each year.

For example, New Zealand saw its population grow by around 9% since 2015, with the number of people aged 65 and over increasing by 18%.

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