The UK Government claims over 160,000 people have died of Covid-19 in England since March 2020, and they have used these claimed deaths to frighten people into compliance with ridiculous rules for the past two years.
But reports published by England’s National Health Service (NHS) reveal that as of 20th April 2022, just 5,115 people have died of Covid-19 in England since the alleged pandemic began.
And the same reports also reveal that Covid-19 deaths have increased by 176% compared to the number of alleged deaths that occurred prior to the first Covid-19 injection being administered in England. Is this what we would expect to see if the jabs are 95% effective at preventing death?
The NHS has been publishing a weekly report on the number of Covid-19 deaths to have occurred in England’s hospitals since the beginning of the alleged Covid-19 pandemic.
Heres the table taken from the ‘COVID-19 total deaths – weekly summaries’ report published 21st April 2022 –
The report shows us that the NHS claim 114,721 people have died in hospitals in England after testing positive for Covid-19 since March 2020. But what’s suprising here is the extremely low number of people who had no pre-existing conditions and have died of Covid-19 alone.
Of the 114,721 deaths just 5,115 have been solely attributed to Covid-19, and 109,606 deaths have occurred among people suffering with pre-existing conditions such as chronic kidney sisease, chronic pulmonary disease, and heart disease among several others.
This equates to just 4.45% of all alleged Covid-19 deaths since March 2020 being solely due to Covid-19. Yet the UK Government claims over 150,000 people have died of Covid-19 in England within 28 days of a positive test since March 2020.