Data from the U.K.'s Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed that there have been 20,000 excess deaths in England
and Wales since May compared to the previous five-year average. Further data provided by Scotland show 1,500 excess deaths in the same time frame.
The mass Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) booster campaign took place in December 2021. An analysis of those figures concluded that it takes approximately five months from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine for that elevated mortality rate to kick in.
To be more precise, excess deaths have been recorded every single week in England and Wales from the week ending April 22 until at least the week ending August 12, in which 950 excess deaths were recorded against the five-year average.
England and Wales were also recording excess deaths throughout the majority of 2021, but they suddenly fell below the five-year average at the start of 2022. That's because the ONS changed the five-year average to include 2021 when tens of thousands of excess deaths were recorded in England and Wales.
UK insurance companies report overwhelming surge in death claims
According to a KUSI
report, insurance companies were reporting an overwhelming surge in death claims for 18-49 year-olds
– highlighting a mysterious spike in deaths that could not be entirely explained by the pandemic. (Related: UK insurers see INCREASE in COVID-related death payouts for 2021
In a video interview
with KUSI News
, which was removed from YouTube, emergency and public health specialist Dr. Kelly Victory explained the concerning rates of increase in reported myocardial infarction, Bell's palsy and certain neurological conditions.
"This information became available to me or on my radar following a hearing with Senator Ron Johnson, who was looking at sort of what he calls a second opinion on the entire response to the COVID pandemic," she said.
The medical data was released by three career military physicians who got the information from the military database that collects ICD codes, which are diagnosis codes.
"They went back and called the database from the military on certain conditions over a five-year period from 2016 through 2020," Victory said.
'They looked at 2016, '17, '18, '19 and '20 at the prevalence of certain conditions, including heart attack, blood clots, long miscarriages, those sorts of things. And they compared it to the incidents of those same things in the calendar year 2021, and saw an alarming increase in certain things. For example, they saw a 270 percent increase in myocardial infarction in 2021, a 300 percent increase in the incidence of Bell's palsy and certain neurologic complaints."
Scott Davison, CEO of OneAmerica insurance company, said the increase in deaths was "huge, huge numbers," and it is "primarily working-age people 18 to 64" who were dying and not just the elderly.
Analysts are saying that this should not have happened if the health authorities' claim that the vaccines were 100 percent safe
and effective is true.
"The vaccines' life-saving benefits for the elderly and at-risk should have been more-than-sufficient to have lowered all-cause mortality. If the public health experts' COVID response is to be considered 'successful,' the totality of their efforts should have lowered all-cause excess mortality
," a Becker News
article pointed out.
for more news about deaths associated with COVID-19 vaccines.
Watch the below video that talks about the alarming 40 percent increase in all-cause deaths in 2021
This video is from the Willow channel on Brighteon.com
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