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ABS Has Released Australian Provisional Mortality Data Showing 15.1% Excess Deaths from Jan - November 2022. Older Folks Fare Far Worse Than Younger.
November Covid-19 Deaths were 88% higher than October Deaths. November Dementia, Diabetes, Cancer, and Respiratory Deaths were above Baseline. No
The Australian Bureau of Statistics Released Provisional Mortality Data for January to November 2022 on 24th February 2023. There are 22,886 excess deaths (15.1%) more than the historical average for the first 11 months of 2022. Such high excess death rates should be alarming! The government appears unperturbed. I do not share their sentiment.
When 2021 and 2022 excess deaths are combined, there are close to 33,800 excess deaths during the 2nd and most of the 3rd year of the pandemic.
Simple plotting of monthly deaths and showing the % increase between 2022 and baseline data is not reassuring (this plot is different to the by-week data shown above). Deaths are not dropping as they should be heading into the Australian Summer, a period when all-cause deaths are typically low. Although the 2022 death line visually looks to be dropping the % of excess deaths from November was 11% above November Baseline and higher than both September and October excesses.
Breakdown of deaths by age group shows that while younger women are faring worse than younger men, overall men are having higher excess deaths than women. Only young men aged 0-44 have a slight negative excess deaths in 2022, and very close to baseline.
Retired age folk are showing concerning excess deaths 10% and higher, worse for men!
The very elderly, particularly men, are faring poorly. The rising trend of deaths in very elderly women in the later weeks of November may see their % excess deaths catching up to men by the next data release. Overall, very disturbing.
From OWID, Australia had very low covid-19 vaccine uptake at less than 0.01 doses/100 persons uptake between September and October 2022; there was some slight increase in November 2022, by which time 242 doses/100 persons had been administered and an estimated 83% of the population had completed initial protocols.
Despite high vaccine uptake, and even while Covid-19 Cases are apparently low (or not being tested for and reported), deaths have not dropped to prior 2021 levels.
High vaccine uptake apparently hasn’t protected the population from Covid-19 Deaths: deaths rose considerably in January 2022 just as the population hit 162 doses/ 100 persons, and then continued in waves never returning to baseline after July 9, 2022 at which time there had only been 34.2 doses administered per /100 persons.
ATAGI is currently recommending Covid-19 booster doses for all adults 18 years and above whose last dose was received longer than 6 months ago, regardless of how many doses already received. They advise that Covid-19 Vaccines can be received at the same time as flu and other vaccines.
ABC News encourages Boosting.
The 2-year anniversary of the Covid-19 Vaccination rollout in Australia was on 22nd February. For those still willing to partake, this will make 5 doses within 24 months. The government is still pushing Covid-19 vaccinations hard, publicly denying harm, and even hiding evidence of injuries and deaths, including those of children.
Of course, the media also paid no attention to the recent Rancourt vaccine dose fatality rate study that identified an overall Covid-19 vaccine dose case fatality rate in Australia 0.05% (i.e. On average, 1 persons dies for every 2,000 doses delivered). That rate was skewed with far worse outcomes for older adults; adults younger than 45 had a death rate of < 0.01% (1 death per 10,000 doses) but seniors aged 85+ had a 1% vDFR (1 death per 100 doses).
Rancourt concludes it was reckless to prioritize vaccination of seniors. Worldwide accumulating data would seem to indicate that it is reckless to vaccinate anyone! Yet the deceit and the resulting deaths continue.
I will leave you with a discussion from Dr. John Campbell on Australian excess deaths, featuring Australian Senators, who are being ignored.