The Office for National Statistics has revealed that England and Wales suffered another record-breaking week of deaths in the week ending 21st October 2022, with an extra 1,714 people dying compared to the five-year average.
Excluding the weeks affected by the Jubilee Bank Holiday in early June, and the late Queen’s funeral in September, this means England and Wales have now recorded significant numbers of excess deaths every week for the past 27 weeks, bringing the grand total to 34,237 since the week ending 24th April.
With further ONS figures proving 94% of all Covid-19 deaths since April have been among the triple/quadruple vaccinated, and also proving mortality rates per 100,000 are highest among the vaccinated population in all age groups, this strongly suggests that the Covid-19 vaccines are to blame for why so many people are dying.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) publishes weekly figures on deaths registered in England and Wales. The most recent data shows deaths up to 21st October 2022.
In the week ending 21st October, there were 11,938 deaths in England and Wales, equating to 1,714 excess deaths against the five-year average.
The increase during this week can not be blamed on Covid-19 because just 687 deaths were attributed to the alleged disease. This equates to just 6% of all deaths.
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