Excess mortality spikes in young and middle-aged adults in third quarter of 2021

Excess mortality was observed in 2020, but the excess mortality was much greater in the second and third quarter of 2021, after the “lifesaving vaccines” were rolled out to the population. This is shocking data, considering that governments and corporate media outlets advertised covid-19 as the dominant cause of death during 2020 and that the vaccine would be the lifesaver in 2021. It turns out, the pandemic mortality statistics in 2020 hardly compared to the excess mortality that showed up in young and middle-aged people in the third quarter of 2021.

In the third quarter of 2021, young adults ages 25-34 saw a 181% excess mortality rate. A year prior, this age group witnessed a smaller 135% excess mortality rate. Only 11.4% of the deaths were related to covid-19. Likewise, the 35-44 age group saw a 217% excess mortality rate in the third quarter of 2021. A year prior, it was 136%, and only 19.8% of the deaths were related to covid-19. The 45-54 age group also saw a sharp increase in excess mortality (208%) in the third quarter of 2021. A year prior, that same age group saw much smaller rates of excess mortality (127%).

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