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Thursday, May 16th, 2024, 6:51 am

England and Wales Deaths Rose From 10,059 to 11,170 in 5 Years (for Week 17, Latest on Record), We Need to Demand Answers About the Cause Because Young People’s Deaths Rose Almost 20%

11,170 should be expected around wintertime, not spring

I‘ve downloaded yesterday’s data from ONS and it seems consistent with what I saw in prior weeks.

For people under 45, in 2019 we saw 325 deaths (week 17). This year it’s 387. That’s an increase by over 19%. For the previous week it was an increase of over 23%.

What’s causing this?

One Response to “England and Wales Deaths Rose From 10,059 to 11,170 in 5 Years (for Week 17, Latest on Record), We Need to Demand Answers About the Cause Because Young People’s Deaths Rose Almost 20%”

  1. ZedHeadTed Says:

    I suspect it’s due to the Covid vaccines and/or Covid itself. We never had young athlete dropping dead of sudden heart attacks at this rate until the year after the first shot came out. The mainstream media tried to suppress it, but they’re finally admitting that these rushed mRNA vaccines are likely causing myocarditis. Only certain media outlets like Infowars are accusing the vaccines of causing aggressive cancers, but I haven’t researched that so take it with a grain of sand.

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