I’m focusing on the 2022 data.
Also naming this as the “pandemic period” misrepresents the time frame. Something labelled as a pandemic can be, is and has been largely done for optics and political reasons.
Latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that there was a 30.2 per cent increase in deaths in private homes between March 2020 and June 2022.
We don’t label the yearly flu season as a “pandemic”.
We should and could call this the vaccine period- the multi-jab time frame Since the time frame that is labelled the pandemic time frame March 2020 and June 2022, encompasses the vaccine roll out (January 2021 to present time) with multiple booster campaigns.
Rise in non-Covid excess deaths
The new statistics also show there has been a worrying rise in non-Covid excess deaths in recent months, with May recording 15.4 per cent more deaths than the five-year average, while June experienced a rise of 8.6 per cent.
Of the 6,473 excess deaths in May, more than three-quarters – 4,897 or 76 per cent – were not due to coronavirus while in June, 82 per cent were non-Covid.
The ONS said that many of the excess deaths this year were owing to cardiac arrhythmias, heart diseases and diabetes, as well as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr Sonya Babu-Narayan, the associate medical director at the British Heart Foundation, said that urgent research was needed to find out why so many more people were dying of heart problems.
“Far more people are now dying at home from cardiovascular causes than before the pandemic,” she said.
Overall, there have been 3,848 excess deaths registered in England and Wales in the first half of 2022.
Excess deaths should be in the negative, assuming the “pandemic” caused the deaths of many who would have died in 2022, in advance of the year. The month to month claim made in the article is silly. The usual way excess death is calculated is by averaging over a year to year time frame. From all my prior reading.