Sweden is back to normal!

SCB, the Swedish Government Agency for Statistics just released their weekly,  preliminary stats on deaths year-to-date, all causes.  Note that these stats are preliminary, and typically the last 4-5 days or so will get adjusted, slightly upwards.

Still, it’s pretty safe to already say that ‘Sweden is back to normal’ with respect to deaths.

Let’s first look at weekly deaths, compared to a baseline of 2015-2019, most of which years had relatively few deaths, compared to a longer period to time:

scb_poisson_weekly

The red curve shows deaths per week, the orange curve shows cumulative Excess deaths. The blue-ish line is the average 2015-2019, and the grey shadow is the range for deaths 2015-2019.

Even if the last week or so gets updated – remember, we are looking at preliminary stat’s – it will not effect the fact that Sweden is now back to normal; already the past week was very close to average.

Let’s instead look at the data on a monthly basis, and instead of comparing to the baseline of 2015-2019, use a longer period, 1990-2019 as a baseline:

scb_monthly_deaths_all

Wow….! Again, we need to be a bit careful since the data is preliminary, but still… June 2020 is way below the average of 1990-2019.

Now, let’s look at the total number of deaths for the months January – June, for the years 1990-2020, and rank them according to the number of deaths:

scb_deaths_jan_may_sorted

2020 thus far ranks at 24th place.

Next, let’s look at the “Top-20 Deadliest Months” over the period of 1990-2020:

scb_population_deaths_1990-2020

April 2020, “The deadliest month in modern times” ranks at 19th place.

And finally, let’s look at each of the years of 1990-2020, and split each year into the months of Jan-June:

scb_deaths_per_M_per_month_1990_2020

Again, keeping in mind that the data are preliminary, and the last week could be slightly adjusted… still, to me, it looks like “business as normal” now.

The bottom line, at least for me, is that despite all the hysteria, 2020 has been a very normal year in terms of deaths.  I’m very much looking forward to an investigation into what caused the world to overreact to this extreme level…

Sweden is back to normal!

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4 Responses to “Sweden is back to normal!”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    60 Minutes Mike Wallace Exposes the 1976 Swine Flu Pandemic Vaccine Injuries

    https://youtu.be/wIFnmuiW7I8

  2. richarda says:

    It was good reading this as it confirmed what I was not seeing. The flow of news from Sweden on Covid-19 seemed to stop around the beginning of July. And the last bit of news was that more tests had revealed fewer cases, about half those of a few weeks earlier.
    There’s something else, though, to do with lockdowns see this:
    http://tapnewswire.com/2020/07/all-cause-mortality-during-covid-19-no-plague-and-a-likely-signature-of-mass-homicide-by-government-response/

    Sweden may disprove part of his thesis, but the truth may be more difficult to uncover.

  3. Aldous says:

    Of course by “Sweden is back to normal!” we mean the ‘old normal’ such as no-go areas, rapes, murders, nightly riots, car burnings, bombings, etc, etc.

    Sweden Is Burning: Migrant Gangs Unleash Coordinated Fire-Bomb Rampage Across Multiple Cities
    Sweden Is Burning: Migrant Gangs Unleash Coordinated Fire-Bomb Rampage Across Multiple Cities 3:19

    Sweden’s 100 explosions this year: What’s going on?
    https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-50339977

    Maybe the lockdown has one or two plus points after all.

  4. Aldous says:

    Omitted link:
    Sweden Is Burning: Migrant Gangs Unleash Coordinated Fire-Bomb Rampage Across Multiple Cities
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqp1U-qaCJs 3:19

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