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Wednesday, February 21st, 2024, 3:24 pm

2024 Looks Like Another Year of 50,000+ Excess Deaths Across the UK

Like last year

IN the morning (around 10AM) ONS published these latest figures of public interest, this time with Week 6 mortalities in England and Wales (not Scotland). It’s about 1,000 higher than it was before the pandemic (for this one week alone, only in England and Wales).

mortalities in England and Wales 2024 week 6

In Week 6 of 2019 it was about 11.5k deaths compared to 12.5k this year and in 5 years prior to and including 2019 we also see total mortality at about 11.5k.

mortalities in England and Wales 2019 week 6

WHO says the pandemic is behind us, but if 100,000+ Brits needlessly die (excess deaths) in 2023 and 2024, then quit listening to WHO, which tries to pat itself on the should for a job jab well done.

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