Figures available from Public Health Scotland show that excess deaths in Scotland have been on the rise since the middle of May 2021, despite a huge decline in Covid-19 deaths, with the under 65’s seeing up to a 40% increase in the number of deaths against the five-year-average.
But further statistics go some way to explaining the increase in deaths among younger adults, because data on cardiovascular related health issues shows that some weeks since May 2021, have seen up to a 118% increase in the number of cardiovascular cases among 15-44-year-olds, and up to a 72% increase in the number of cardiovascular cases among 45-64-year-olds.
With it now being common knowledge that the Covid-19 vaccines can cause unusual blood clots associated with low levels of platelets, as well as heart problems in the form of myocarditis and pericarditis; particularly among younger adults, teens and children – is it safe to assume that the experimental injections are to blame for the extraordinary rise in excess deaths and cardiovascular related health issues among younger adults?
The above chart is taken from the Public Health Scotland (PHS) ‘COVID-19 wider impacts on the health care system’ dashboard and it shows the weekly number of deaths registered in Scotland from October 2020 to October 24th 2021 alongside the 2015-2019 five-year-average number of deaths registered weekly.
The chart shows that Scotland suffered excess deaths in line with an increase in alleged Covid-19 deaths towards the end of October 2020 and a further increase in alleged Covid-19 deaths in the middle of January 2021. We can then see that excess deaths gradually declined and actually fell below the five-year-average in April 2021, before climbing back up above expected levels from the middle of May 2021.