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Excess Deaths Explode in Vaccinated Countries. Romania and Bulgaria Are in the Red
The data published by Eurostat shook the entire scientific world
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By Claudia Marcu February 21, 2023
Eurostat has published the excess mortality for the month of December 2022, where the European average is over 19%, with Romania and Bulgaria being the only states with a decrease in this parameter.
The reporting was done on an average of mortality in the period 2016-2019, pre-pandemic years. The countries with the most catastrophic excess death rates are Iceland and Germany, up 43.1% and up 37.3%, respectively.
The data published by Eurostat shook the entire scientific world. At the end of the pandemic, when Covid deaths are almost non-existent, the most vaccinated countries recorded horror percentages of excess mortality in December 2022, compared to the period of normality 2016-2019.
The highest percentages of excess mortality were recorded in Iceland, with an increase of 43.1%, and in Germany, with an increase of 37.3%. Compared to the December 2022 European average of 19%, which is huge anyway, Austria had excess mortality of 27.4%, Ireland 25.4%, France 24.5%, Slovenia 25,9%, Czech Republic, 23.2%, Switzerland, 22.9%, Netherlands, 22.7% Estonia, 22.6%, Denmark, 22.4%, Norway, 21%, Finland, 21.1%, Latvia, 20.6% and Belgium, 19.1%.
Germany has 78% of the population vaccinated with 3 and 4 doses, and Iceland has 80% of the population vaccinated with 2 doses and 69% of the population vaccinated with 3 and 4 doses. At the opposite pole of excess mortality from December 2022 were Romania and Bulgaria, which had minus 5.5% and minus 6%, respectively, these being the only two EU/EEA states that vaccinated the least. Officially, Bulgaria has 30% of the population vaccinated against Covid, and Romania has 42%.
Given the negative percentages of excess mortality close between the two countries, taking into account fictitious vaccinations from Bulgaria, the real percentage of vaccinated people in Romania is somewhere at most 25%.
After Eurostat published the shocking data, doctors in Germany called for an investigation into the causes of the excess deaths, stressing that they were not caused by Covid.
They hid the disaster
Things are even worse than that. Germany had, in the last week of December last year, excess mortality of over 46%. Eurostat data clearly showed a correlation between the percentage of anti-Covid vaccination and that of excess mortality.
The higher the degree of vaccination, the higher the excess mortality.
It is curious that Italy and Sweden did not report to Eurostat and have not reported since August-September 2022. Portugal reported in December 2022 a plus 14.8% excess mortality, but they had over 40% in the summer because they also vaccinated the population earlier than the other countries.
The UK tried to skew the actual percentage of excess mortality by taking the reporting period from 2016-2019 and 2021. So they put the year with the highest mortality into the calculation basis.
The vaccine increased mortality
Official data shows that in 2021, 4.5 billion people worldwide received one dose of the Covid vaccine, 3.8 billion received two doses and 537 million received three doses. However, compared to 2020 when there was no vaccine, 2021 saw the most Covid deaths reported. Thus, if in 2020 there were 1.9 million Covid deaths, in 2022, the number was 3.4 million. It is perhaps the most eloquent evidence that the vaccine did not work in any way and that it did not protect anyone, but, on the contrary, managed to increase mortality enormously.
In 2022, only one billion people have received one dose of the Covid vaccine, less than one billion have had two doses, and 2.3 billion have received the third and fourth doses. At the level of 2022, only 1.1 million Covid deaths were reported, but with high percentages of excess mortality rate.