The Australian Bureau of Statistics has revealed that Australia has been suffering a huge amount of excess deaths compared to the historical average since around October 2021, with figures revealing the number of Australians who have lost their lives in 2022 is 18% higher than the historical average.
However, the unusual rise in deaths cannot be attributed to Covid-19 because just 6% of all deaths in 2022 have been attributed to the alleged disease.
According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), 44,331 deaths occurred by the 27th of March 2022, which is 6,609 more deaths than the historical average, equating to an 18% rise in deaths.
However, of the 44,331 deaths to have occurred by 27th March, just 2,903 deaths were associated with Covid-19, equating to just 6% of all deaths.
The following chart provided by the ABS shows all deaths by week of occurrence in Australia from 29th March 2021 to 27th March 2022 compared to the historical average.
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