The Office for National Statistics has admitted that England suffered another record-breaking week of deaths in the week ending 14th October 2022, with a whopping 1,608 people dying compared to the five-year average.
This means England and Wales have now recorded significant numbers of excess deaths every week for the past 26 weeks, bringing the grand total to 29,491.
Expose-news.com reports: However, the actual number of excess deaths would be much higher if not for the fact that the five-year average now includes deaths that occurred throughout 2021, a year that recorded significant excess deaths on a near-weekly basis.
It is not officially known why so many people are dying, and only 13,278 of the deaths since April have been attributed to Covid-19. This is 45% of all excess deaths and just 5% of all deaths during this time frame
But with further Office for National Statistics figures proving 94% of all Covid-19 deaths since April have been among the triple/quadruple vaccinated, as well as proving mortality rates per 100,000 are highest among the vaccinated population in all age groups, this strongly suggests that the Covid-19 vaccine are a contributing factor to 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 14th October 2022.
In the week ending 14th October, there were 111,699 deaths in England and Wales, equating to 1,608 excess deaths against the five-year average.
This is a 15.9% increase on the 2016-2019 + 2021 five-year average.
The increase during this week can not be blamed on Covid-19 because just 565 deaths were attributed to the alleged disease. This equates to 35% of the excess deaths, and 5% of all deaths during that week.
The following chart, created by the ONS, shows the number of deaths per week compared to the 5-year average since the beginning of 2020 and it proves the trend of weekly excess deaths in 2022 began towards the end of April –