Posted by Richard Willet - Memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 14 September 2021

We need to talk about why people are dying – 62% of excess deaths since March 2020 have occurred at home but just 3% are allegedly associated with ‘Covid-19’

Since March 7th 2020 there have been 250,725 deaths that have occurred at home up to August 27th 2021, an increase of 68,411 on the previous 5 year average. But just 8,249 of these deaths are associated with the alleged Covid-19 disease.. So why have so many people died? And why are they still dying?

Office for National Statistics data shows us that excess deaths have occurred in the home every single week between March 7th 2020 and August 27th 2021, but the same cannot be said for hospitals or care homes. Instead excess deaths have only occurred in these two places in line with the first, second, and third waves of alleged Covid-19 deaths.

Further data which can be downloaded here via the ONS website shows the full picture which is as follows between March 7th 2020 and August 27th 2021 –

Deaths occurring in Hospital

  • Total number of deaths all causes – 379,517
  • Total number of deaths associated with Covid-19 – 98,564
  • Total number of excess deaths against the 5 year average – 19,168

Deaths occurring in Care Homes

  • Total number of deaths all causes – 191,152
  • Total number of deaths associated with Covid-19 – 32,348
  • Total number of excess deaths against the 5 year average – 23,740

Deaths occurring in Private Homes

  • Total number of deaths all causes – 250,725
  • Total number of deaths associated with Covid-19 – 8,249
  • Total number of excess deaths against the 5 year average – 68,411

As you can see from the numbers of above excess deaths in both hospitals and care homes have actually been far less than the number of alleged deaths associated with Covid-19 to have occurred in hospitals and care homes. However, the same cannot be said for deaths occurring in private homes.

Alleged Covid-19 deaths account for 26% of all deaths in hospitals between March 7th 2020 and August 27th 2021, whilst excess deaths in hospital account for 17% of all excess deaths that have occurred within the same time frame.

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