2022-07-21. Increase of excess deaths after vaccination: follow up.
Last week StatCan has published new release of its Deaths by Age data. In there, it corrected number of deaths for age 0 to 44 in New Brunswisk, and showed much new revealing statistics. Have a look!
This is issue is a follow up on "Killer on the road" in New Brunswick: killing mainly under 44. CBC started talking about it…” story, published in May. It also preps the readers for the next coming issue on my first level of grievance hearing related to Mandatory Vaccination which happened this week, while Special issue on that is being prepared…
Technical update first:
Death Tracker App has been finally updated last week. It can now show Deaths by Age - for all data releases, interactively for any province and Age group. Try it out! Click on image below or go to: www.ivim.ca/app (alias to https://o-canada.shinyapps.io/vitals),
or - directly for the Deaths by Age charts to: https://o-canada.shinyapps.io/vitals/deaths-by-age.Rmd
Provisional weekly death counts, by age group and sex
Release date: 2022-07-14
Correction date: 2022-04-21
On April 21, 2022, estimates of weekly mortality for some jurisdictions have been corrected. It was discovered that some data deemed too unreliable for publication were made available and released on April 14, 2022. The data has now been appropriately suppressed.
These are provisional counts and subject to change. Care should be taken when making conclusions from provisional data as these counts will not include all deaths that occurred during this period, especially the most recent periods. These counts will be revised as more records are received and processed.
The numbers for 2021 and 2022 presented in this table are provisional estimates that have been adjusted to account for reporting delays. These adjustments add to the counts to incorporate deaths not yet reported to Statistics Canada, based on past and current provincial and territorial reporting patterns. The provisional estimates will be revised in future releases as more information is reported.
Deaths Tracker App
That’s how the Deaths Tracker App looks now. It now has two Tabs - one for tracking Deaths by Causes, another - for racking deaths by Age. Click on image to go there.
See and decide for yourself what it tell you. Also watch videos talking about the observed phenomenon from other professionals, including from Dr. John Campbell.
For Canada - combined
For four largest provinces:
For four smaller provinces
Here’s a quick 10-min video from last week’s Facebook Live lunch seminar, showing how you can view the data yourself - as Table - directly from StatCan site
And here are similar related data from other countries presented - incidentally also last week - by Dr. John Campbell:
And finally, the 20-min video from my yesterday’s Facebook Live Friday’s lunch Seminar, where I connect this data to the grievance that I have just presented two days ago - at first level of hearing.
More on that is coming soon. In meanwhile, don’t forget to subscribe to both YouTube channels, if you have not yet: IVIM (which is focused on data) and Dr. Dmitry Gorodnichy (which will contain more personal stories).
Also, join our Open Canada Data! Facebook Group, if you have not done so yet, not to miss any updates and my Friday’s Lunch Seminar Live Streaming that happen from noon to 12:20 every Friday: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1100881360473245