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Australia has 24% increased mortality in senior adults aged 75 and older in the first 12 weeks of 2022, a total of 5,463 out of the 6,323 excess deaths above baseline.
18% excess mortality represents 6,323 additional deaths above baseline of 35,184. Male excess deaths increased by 20%, female by 16%. Standout among cause of death increases are dementia and cancer.
Australia has released bureau of statistics mortality figures for the first 12 weeks of 2022, and is showing an 18% overall excess mortality.
We can see the by week excess deaths, which spiked in January and seem to have flattened somewhat in March 2022.
I wanted to see which age-groups were most affected. This is easier to view once the excess mortality above baseline is broken down. Ages 0-44 had a 4% drop, 45-64 a 5% increase, 65 -74 a 12% increase, while ages 75 and above had an astounding 24% increase, all compared to baseline average.
Something is taking out senior Australians at an unprecedented level. A death rate 24% above baseline is astounding! 5,463 more senior citizens died than usual!
Covid-19 was attributed 2,920 deaths, thus there are 3,403 excess deaths from other causes. The Covid-19 deaths cannot explain all the senior citizen deaths, even in the unlikely case that all deaths were from covid-19 and no other cause.
Fortunately even as C-19 cases have climbed, deaths have not followed.
Cancer and dementia were the two causes of death with standout excesses. Other cause of death figures can be accessed at the ABS site, if the reader is interested.
Australia is not doing well! Their Government has recently set up a registry to track and investigate SADS cases, unexpected and unexplained (they say) deaths in the young!
Of course there is no discussion or investigation on the role of the genetic modification treatment that was rolled out aggressively in the guise of a vaccine, and which Australians have taken at an average of 2.24 doses per person!