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Week 34 all-cause mortality numbers

This is the second week in a row where the England and Wales all-cause mortality figure has been well over the five-year average, despite Covid deaths being miniscule (139 and 138). In week 33 it was 307 more than the five-year average, and in week 34 it was 474.

Is this an indication that lockdown deaths are occurring? Seeing as there have been so many excess deaths recently of elderly people near the end of their life (for whatever reason) you’d expect all-cause deaths to be way less for a while, now that Covid is killing hardly anyone (even according to the government figures). I’d expect it to be thousands less per week for months if all was well. But in fact it’s hundreds more now. This doesn’t add up. I fear lockdown continues on its mass-killing way.

The graphic below can be clicked to enlarge. You can see that it’s still mainly elderly people dying.

(Stayed tuned for some more Christopher Bowyer and David Clark graphs going up today/tonight.)

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6 thoughts on “Week 34 all-cause mortality numbers

  1. “Seeing as there have been so many excess deaths recently of elderly people near the end of their life (for whatever reason) you’d expect all-cause deaths to be way less for a while, now that Covid is killing hardly anyone (even according to the government figures)”.

    Yes. Of course cancer, circulatory diseases, diabetes, TB, malaria, accidents, suicide and most other causes of death are no respecters of age. A 23-year-old with leukemia who cannot get treatment will die in short order – whereas a 23-year-old who tests positive for Covid-19 would probably never have known she was infected without the “reassuring” test.

  2. Something is happening, indeed. If you look at the euromomo.eu site, you’ll see that there are several European countries showing a discernible excess of mortality NOT caused by the Covid. It could be, indeed, that the lockdown and the distancing didn’t allow people to develop immunity to some other kind of pathogens that are just now appearing.

  3. The NHS has basically shut down for anything other than obvious emergency treatment. Everything else is struggling to get any medical attention at all, and if one does get a GP appointment its a phone call ‘consultation’ only. If you happen to have something undiagnosed but serious that needs catching early then chances are it won’t get addressed until its too late. That sort of medical neglect of a large population takes a while to start feeding through into actual deaths stats, we are now seeing what the actual cost of ‘saving the NHS’ is – more deaths than from Covid most likely, just spread out over a longer period, so they don’t ‘count’.

  4. Physicians are quite intelligent as a group. We are not required to trust them. But we can. They want to end the lock down like the rest of us.

    Second guess them. Fine. But they are not more likely mistaken than u and I.

    Carry on … with something meaningful

  5. Looking at ONS Data to week 35, 96% of “involving COVID-19” deaths are in the over-55 age group, and within that group 87% are over 70. Schools have been shut down, children’s education trashed, socialisation non-existent etc. and for what? In the under-14 age group there were SIX “involving COVID-19” deaths in 2020. If just 10% of the 27,000 annual road deaths are under-14s that would equate to 2,700 (more than four hundred times as many). Time to shut down the roads, people under-14 not permitted in motor vehicles (i.e. road hysteria equivalent to that for COVID-19). The 1,942 “involving COVID-19” deaths in the under-55 age group is 0.5% of deaths from all causes; deaths from road accidents comprise 12%. There are 10,000 Flu deaths every year. Why are we engaging in Government-and-Media managed National Hysteria for what is for most people a mild illness. Why has the government not spent ALL of this effort and cost on protecting the vulnerable Over-55s? My conclusion is – this is nothing to do with national health and welfare.

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