Mortality figures published by 27 countries across Europe reveal that the continent has suffered nearly 300,000 excess deaths so far this year. Officially making 2022 a record-breaking year in terms of death.
Every single age group, including children, has suffered more deaths by week 44 of 2022 than it did by week 44 of 2020, a year that saw extreme waves of alleged Covid-19 deaths.
But if we remove the first wave of Covid-19 deaths in 2020 from the equation, and just look at excess deaths following week 20, we find that the true scale of death in 2022 is even worse.
That’s because Europe recorded 74,684 excess deaths between week 20 and week 44 of 2020, but has recorded 161,403 excess deaths between week 20 and week 44 of 2022. This equates to a 116% increase in excess deaths in 2022 compared to 2020.