Australian Government Reports prove COVID Vaccination has caused a shocking 5162% increase in Excess Deaths
Compared to the year 2020
The year 2021 was one of hope and promise for Australia, as the world began to recover from the devastating effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
And if it were not for a monumental cover-up by the Government of Australia, that hope would have been quickly shattered.
Because secretive Goverment data confirms the first 38 weeks of the year saw a shocking 1,452% increase in excess deaths following the rollout of the Covid-19 injections compared to the same period in 2020.
Unfortunately, as the months passed, the situation only worsened.
By 2022, the nation was hit by a devastating blow, with a shocking 5,162% increase in excess deaths in the first 38 weeks of the year following the repeat rollout of the Covid-19 injections compared to the first 38 weeks of 2020, at the alleged height of the pandemic.
The death toll is staggering, and the nation should be reeling.
But the Government of Australia has chosen to ignore the consequences of its actions in coercing the public into getting multiple Covid-19 injections.
And instead of the people of Australia being in shock and disbelief as they try to come to terms with the devastating consequences of the Covid-19 vaccine rollout, they are carrying on with their lives, none the wiser as to what has happened.
Because their Government and their Mainstream Media refuse to tell them the truth and instead fill their heads with propaganda and lies on a daily basis.
Secretive data on deaths and excess deaths in Australia has been handed to the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
And that data reveals the following…
Australia suffered 11,068 excess deaths in 2021 and then a shocking 22,730 excess deaths by week 38 of 2022. This is in stark contrast to 2020, when only 1,306 excess deaths were recorded during the alleged height of the Covid pandemic and prior to the rollout of the Covid injections.
This means Australia suffered a shocking 1,640% increase in excess deaths in just 38 weeks throughout 2022 compared to 53 weeks throughout 2020.
But if we compare the data available on excess deaths in 2022 against the first 39 weeks of 2020 and the first 39 weeks of 2021, we are able to reveal the true severity of the situation in Australia.
As we know, Australia suffered a shocking 22,730 excess deaths by week 38 of 2022.
But according to the same data provided by the Australian Bureau of Statistics to the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD), Australia suffered 6,706 excess deaths by week 38 of 2021, and only 432 excess deaths by week 38 of 2020.
This means Australia suffered a shocking 1,452% increase in excess deaths in the first 38 weeks of 2021 following the rollout of the Covid-19 injections compared to the first 38 weeks of 2020, at the alleged height of the Covid-19 pandemic, and prior to the rollout of a single Covid-19 injection.
But the above numbers pale in comparison to the tragic situation that unfolded throughout 2022.
Australia suffered a shocking 5,162% increase in excess deaths in the first 38 weeks of 2022 following the repeat rollout of the Covid-19 injections compared to the first 38 weeks of 2020, at the alleged height of the Covid-19 pandemic, and prior to the rollout of a single Covid-19 injection.
These aren’t independent estimates. They are official Government of Australia authorized figures. And further figures published by the UK Government strongly suggest Covid-19 vaccination is the biggest contributing factor to this huge rise in excess deaths across Australia.
The very thing that you were told would end the alleged pandemic and put a stop to the alleged huge rise in deaths across the world in 2020, has ended up having the opposite effect.
Instead of reducing deaths, COVID vaccination has increased deaths exponentially.
The figures that prove this can be found in a report titled ‘Deaths by Vaccination Status, England, 1 January 2021 to 31 May 2022‘, and it can be accessed on the ONS site here, and downloaded here.
Table 2 of the report contains the monthly age-standardised mortality rates by vaccination status by age group for deaths per 100,000 person-years in England up to May 2022.
And that table reveals that mortality rates per 100,000 are lowest among the unvaccinated in every single age group.
The following two charts show the monthly age-standardised mortality rates by vaccination status for non-Covid-19 deaths in England between January and May 2022 for each age group –
These figures prove that the Covid-19 vaccines are not effective and are causing side effects so severe that they are resulting in increased mortality.
This should be of serious concern to everyone, especially those who have been vaccinated.
And it should be on the front page of every newspaper, and the main topic of discussion on every news channel.
The science is definitive, and authorities and Governments should withdraw the Covid-19 vaccines from future use with immediate effect.
If they do not do this then they are proving to the public that they have an ulterior motive to reduce the world’s population.
Because this is precisely what will happen if the repeat rollout of these experimental and dangerous injections is allowed to continue.
By The Exposé
Australia’s Covid death toll in 2022 more than double that of previous two years
Federal health data shows 4,547 people have died of Covid-19 this year to date, compared with 2,239 over 2020 and 2021
The number of deaths from Covid-19 in Australia this year to date has reached more than double the deaths from 2020 and 2021 combined.
According to federal health department data as of 18 April, 6,786 people have died of Covid-19 in Australia since the beginning of the pandemic. Of these deaths, 4,547 occurred in 2022 – more than double the 2,239 deaths recorded over the first two years of the pandemic.
Prof Adrian Esterman, a biostatistician at the University of South Australia, said the figures were unsurprising given the high transmission of Covid in recent months. He criticised a relaxation of policies on face masks and social distancing, which he said was sending the message to the general public that the pandemic was over.
“Unfortunately, the virus doesn’t know that. We’re still seeing thousands of people being infected; we’re seeing many, many people ending up in hospital,” he said.
“Yes, it’s no longer an absolute acute emergency like it was, because we have a large percentage of our population vaccinated and we’ve got better treatments. But the fact of the matter is it’s still there. We could still get another variant coming along tomorrow, which is worse than Delta.”
Though the Omicron variant results in less severe disease on an individual level compared with Delta, its high transmissibility had led to vast numbers of infections, Esterman said. “If even only a small percentage of those get severely ill, end up in hospital or die, they’re still big numbers and that’s what we’re seeing. It’s not only hospitalisation and deaths – it’s long Covid [too].”
Hassan Vally, an associate professor of epidemiology at Deakin University, said despite the death figures, the implications of getting infected were not the same as two years ago.
“The relationship we have to the Sars-CoV-2 virus is very different now to how it was in March 2020,” he said. “When we give people immunity, we change the risk calculus; this was the main reason for vaccinating the community. We wanted to reduce the risk, even if people get infected, of going on to develop severe disease and die.
“We’re moving away from the emergency response phase in terms of responding to Covid-19 and we’re transitioning to the disease control phase, which involves implementing more sustainable measures to control transmission.
“We should be focusing more on interventions that are sustainable – that is, ones that we can maintain as we get back to living our lives normally. The most important of these are being vaccinated and wearing masks in high-risk environments.”
Vally said that due to the inaccuracy of reported case numbers, which likely only captured a fraction of all infections, death figures were currently “the most robust indicator of how we’re tracking”.
The figures come as the Victorian premier, Daniel Andrews, suggested the peak of the state’s latest Omicron wave had passed. Andrews told reporters in Wangaratta on Tuesday: “The seven day average is very pleasingly coming down, so that says to me … that the peak has come and gone. We just have to wait and see though that those few days of data turn into the trend that we hope that it is.”
Andrews said the health minister was set to “make some positive announcements” regarding Covid measures after case numbers began to decline. Last week, Andrews flagged the vaccinated economy, QR codes and isolation requirements for close contacts of Covid-19 cases could be scrapped after the latest outbreak peaked.
“We’ll get down to very, very few rules very soon and that’s not a credit to anybody other than every single Victorian who’s got a first dose or a second dose and the 66% of people who’ve got a third dose [of a Covid-19 vaccine],” he said on Tuesday.
Esterman said he expected case numbers to drop very slowly or even plateau. “One of the reasons is that we’ve seen a very poor uptake of the third dose, the booster dose … we know that two doses won’t protect you against infection,” he said.
“That third dose is critical. We need to get that up to nearly 100%,” he said, adding that people over 65 should get their fourth Covid jab as soon as possible.