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Region III - Central Luzon. After Vaccine Rollout, Why Were There Death Spikes on the First Day of Each Month, with Other Spikes Spaced at 2 Week Intervals.
Why did the smallest population province have the highest Covid-19 Death Spikes? The Covid-19 death patterns look calendar-based, and unnatural. Could they be vaccine AEFI? Investigation is needed!
Patterns of death can be very revealing. For the Philippines, the patterns of Covid-19 Deaths, and the slowly being released population vital statistics give us some information that can be used for preliminary forensic analyses of the vaccination programmes outcomes.
Had the vaccines been as safe and effective a promised, population health outcomes should have improved concurrent with their rollout. That was not the case. Not the case at all!
I took a look at the latest death and birth data for Region III, Central Luzon. Central Luzon has 7 provinces and 2 cities. This is one of the heavily industrialized regions of the Philippines. From the 2020 Census, its estimated population was 12,422,172, nearly 10% of the nation’s population.
Central Luzon reported 57.7% excess registered deaths in 2021, compared to 2020. That is far higher than that national average excess deaths of 43.2%.
Similar to the rest of the nation, these excess deaths only started in March 2021, concurrent with Covid-19 vaccination rollout.
Central Luzon has reported 13.1% of the nations’ Covid-19 infection deaths. Curiously distribution of Covid-19 attributed deaths across the region’s 7 provinces is not evenly spread. The smallest province of Zambales (5.7% of the population), had very large spikes in Covid-19 deaths on 1st of September and 1st of October 2021, accounting for 59% and 58% of the regions’ covid-19 deaths on those dates, respectively.
This piqued my curiosity. I plotted the data and marked dates. Since when do spikes in deaths occur at fixed calendar dates, and even with 2-week sub-intervals? Since Covid-19 vaccination rollout, clearly!
Zambales started injection of Indigents on 1st September 2021. Indigent persons may have marginal health due to poverty and disadvantage. They may be more susceptible to adverse events, and further may not have the resources to take action and/or report these adverse events, if they occurred.
Zambales had 3x its 2020 death rates in September 2021, also concurrent with the Covid-19 Injection rollout to indigents. Excess deaths in Zambales were the highest of all of Central Luzon’s provinces at standing 74.5%. How did no-one notice or comment or investigate?
Total Covid-19 deaths in Zambales from 2020 up to 13 May 2023 were 816 (9.4%) out of the 8,701 Covid-19 deaths in Central Luzon. The 647 Covid-19 attributed deaths in 2021 can’t explain the 2,573 excess deaths observed in the province that year.
Deaths will get worse when the final 2021 data is updated for late registrations (early 2024).
I reiterate! These are not natural death patterns. Nature does not follow a calendar this way. A good portion of these deaths could well have been directly caused by the safe and effective intervention. Investigation is called for!
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