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The Pandemic Is Over with Only Single Digit Daily Deaths Attributed to Covid-19 for the Past 2 Months. However, the Death and Injury Drums Beat Ever Louder from the Adverse Reaction Reporting Systems
Sharing updated data evaluation from Analyst Barry Murrell who shows that the pandemic is over. However, worldwide vaccine adverse reaction reporting systems reflect mounting carnage!
The Philippines is still under the declared “State of Calamity” due to the Covid-19 Pandemic until 31 December 2022. The DOH is indicating they may ask for this to be extended.
They want this to be extended until the “Public Health Emergency Bill” can be put in place. Vergeire, DOH OIC is quoted.
Could it be that the DOH don’t want to give up their glory, power, money and control, or apparent freedom from liability? Do the current cases and Covid-19 deaths still warrant a State of Calamity? This discussion shows that Covid-19 deaths are already insignificant relative to usual death rates in the Philippines.
COVID-19 Deaths Update
The pandemic is over! Even while the Philippines DOH reports still apparently high deaths every week, a closer look reveals that most of these occurred months, or even years, earlier. Current daily Covid-19 attributed new deaths are single digit only.
Below is a summary of deaths reported by DOH, compared to actual deaths that occurred on each day. The reporting of higher than actual daily deaths serve to maintain a level of fear, perhaps? Quite deceitful reporting not reflecting the real situation!
Average actual daily deaths “from Covid-19” for the last 57 days is 4.9. In a country where prior to the pandemic measures there were normally about 1,700 deaths a day this contributes less than 0.29% to typical deaths. In 2019, registered deaths from respiratory illness1 were 95,879, an average of 263 daily deaths! Further, 60-70 forgotten folk die daily from TB. The focus on Covid-19 is already a gross misplacement of attention and resources.
Breakdown of deaths by gender and age is provided. Men fared worse than women.
The late middle-aged persons contributed the most to reported deaths. These are also the ages where comorbidities become apparent and take their toll. Covid-19 infection was very much a risk for those already sick with poor metabolic health. The current variant is milder than flu!
If you look at a population pyramid for the Philippines, it becomes apparent that most of the population are young. The median age in 2020 was 25.3. While senior citizens, 60 years and above made up only 8.5% of the population by far they made up the most deaths; the younger population was minimally affected.
Child deaths were plotted by region. In some regions the deaths were too few to even be visible on this chart.
Most of the Covid-19 deaths occurred in NCR, and Regions III, IV-A, and VII. In the 2020 census these four regions population represented 46% of the Philippines population, yet their reported deaths represent 56% of all deaths. Given the wide spread of C19 across the Philippines, all regions would be expected to be similarly affected. However, they were not. Either there was an issue with reporting methodology (over-reporting?) and /or there was failure of treatment protocols in certain regions.
Vigibase AEFI Update as of 13 November 2022
Vaccine danger cannot be emphasized enough! These are the Vigiaccess data as of 13 November 2022. The WHO should have raised a massive alarm looking at this data, and immediately halted delivery of all products. They didn’t, and still haven’t! Both reported adverse reactions and deaths from these Covid-19 injectables tower over all events from all prior vaccines since the start of the establishment of this reporting system decades ago.
It looks even worse and starker in a pie chart form where the AEFI and Deaths reported following Covid-19 vaccination predominate.
Other reporting systems show exactly the same patterns of extreme injuries and deaths!
Eudravigilance is the European monitoring database. They report even higher deaths than the WHO system.
The Philippines FDA has received 110,027 reports, including 10,184 of serious events and 2,741 deaths. I know of many injuries in my circles but know of only one person whose case (death) was reported to the FDA. Filipinos seem reluctant to report adverse outcomes. Reporting is electronic and done online, relatively simple and can be done here.
All of these systems are underreporting.
This is carnage! It needs to be made public, those harmed helped, and further damage stopped.
All vigiaccess and DOH figure are prepared by and used with permission from Barry Murrell, Cebu based data analyst.
Pneumonia, flu, acute and chronic airway infections.