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PSA 2022 Prelim. Vital Statistics as of 31 March 2023 released 26 June 2023; Deaths are 25.6% Lower Than in 2021 (but 6.5% Higher than 2020), Births are 2.8% Lower than 2021 (Down 20.8% since 2019)
Preliminary Data shows there has been no recovery or compensation for 2021's massive excess deaths; excess deaths continue. Births continue to drop with ominous decreases in the last quarter of 2022.
There has been no recovery of the mass excess deaths observed in the 2021 preliminary data (265,493 excess deaths vs. 2020), with an additional 40,077 deaths (vs. 2020) added in the still preliminary data. 2022 deaths were 25.6% lower than the 2021 deaths, but 6.5% higher than 2020 deaths. I present both the overall patterns and the updated by month data.
Deaths will increase further for both 2021 and 2022 when the data is updated for late registrations.
Birth data shows a drop in registered live births in 2022. This drop continues the downward trending in births that has accelerated markedly since 2019.
Most concerning is the big drop in births at the end of 2022, which shows an overall 2.8% drop since 2021.
Mass roll out of C19 vaccines to the general population was achieved in November and December of 2021. This drop in births in 2022, 10 months later, with October (13% drop vs. 2021; 24.8% drop vs. 2019), November 2022 (14.3% drop vs. 2021; 25.1% drop vs. 2019), and December (15.8% drop vs. 2021; 37.3% drop vs. 2019) all showing marked decreases in registered live births.
While registered birth data will still improve once late registrations are included, it is unlikely already that the December 2022 data will rise above 100,000 births. Historically, births have been highest at the end of each year and into January. If this trending continues, 2023 may well herald historically low births with mass population and societal impacts.
International literature supports that there are anti-fertility, anti-population impacts from these Covid-19 vaccines. The marked drop in births the last quarter of 2022 is ominous and requires urgent investigation!
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