REPORT: Over 95% of UK “Covid19” deaths had “pre-existing condition”

Latest statistics show vast majority of fatalities had at least one other disease

Over 95% of “COVID Deaths” recorded in England and Wales had potentially serious comorbidities, according to statistics released by NHS England.

The latest figures make for pretty stark reading. Or, rather, they would make for stark reading…if they didn’t follow the exact same pattern already shown in other nations around the world.

You can read the full report here. We’re going to focus on the comorbidity stats. Here are the number of deaths where Covid19 was listed as the only cause, split by age:

  • Ages 0-19: 3
  • Ages 20-39: 32
  • Ages 40-59: 255
  • Ages 60-79: 551
  • Ages 80+: 477

These are across all of England and Wales since the beginning of the “pandemic”.

Simply put: Of the 27045 deaths with Covid19 in English hospitals (up to June 3rd), only 1318 had no pre-existing conditions. That’s less than 5%.

This mirrors, almost exactly, the statistics reported in Italy back in March.

Christopher Bowyer has made some great graphs for the figures at Hector Drummond Magazine, none more impactful than this this:

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Those big green bars are all the people who died “with” Covid19 AND some other serious disease. The little yellow bars are the people who died with Covid19 and nothing else.

In fact, the 25,727 other cases were listed as having over 42,000 comorbidities. That’s almost 2 each (the report itself points out that many patients had multiple conditions). This, again, aligns completely with the Italian figures which said over 80% of fatalities had at least 2 comorbidities.

What are these comorbidities? We don’t know. Not entirely specifically. The report lists ischemic heart disease, chronic kidney disease, asthma and dementia among others. But it also lists nearly 19,000 “other” conditions, presumably including liver failure, emphysema, AIDS, ALL forms of cancers and literally potentially thousands of other diseases.

Implicit in this is the possibility that these diseases were the actual cause of death, and that Covid19 played no direct role at all.

Further, the PCR test for coronavirus can return false positives in up to 80% of cases, so it’s entirely possible the majority of these deaths never even had the virus.

This isn’t breaking news. We have covered this numerous times. No matter how you switch them around the Covid numbers, as they currently stand, will never add up.

2 Responses to “REPORT: Over 95% of UK “Covid19” deaths had “pre-existing condition””

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Nearly TWO-THIRDS of Britons with life-threatening health conditions denied care during Covid-19 crisis, new research shows
    In what is the biggest study into the impact of suspending National Health Service (NHS) care during the pandemic, academics at Essex University found that huge numbers of people with health issues could not undergo surgery, diagnostic tests or outpatient appointments, the Guardian reports.

    Analysis by Professor Michaela Benzeval’s team shows a staggering 53 percent of cancer patients have been unable to access treatment in the normal way while Britain focused on battling Covid-19. Furthermore, seven out of 10 diabetics, 65 percent of those with high blood pressure, and 64 percent of people with breathing problems have had care canceled by the NHS across the UK during the past few months.

  2. sovereigntea says:

    Thousands have died and millions of lives have been turned upside down on the basis of a false statistical model.

    Meanwhile the deceitful modelling clowns of Imperial College gloat and self congratulate themselves with yet another unfounded claim of saving 3 million lives.

    A new paper from the team of Imperial College modelers who scared the hell out of governments around the world, published yesterday by Nature, claims “major non-pharmaceutical interventions, and lockdown in particular, have had a large effect on reducing transmission” of Covid-19.

    They claim these interventions saved over three million lives in 11 countries across Europe. But a little digging suggests that this paper grossly overstates its case and can’t be used to justify the lockdowns that most of these countries endured.

    The headline numbers from the paper are that, as of May 4 (when restrictions started to be lifted in some larger countries), just under 129,000 deaths had been reported in these countries from Covid-19. However, if no action had been taken by governments, the modelers suggest, based on their original “do nothing” scenario, that 3.2 million deaths would have occurred. Scary stuff.

    n a briefing, Samir Bhatt, who co-led one of the studies by researchers at Imperial College London, told journalists: “The risk of a second wave happening if all interventions and all precautions are abandoned is very real.” He added that “any claims that this is all over, that we’ve reached the herd immunity threshold, can be firmly rejected. We are only at the beginning of this pandemic.” Not only were the lockdowns justified, but continued restrictions are essential.

    However, a table at the end of the report suggests there may be a different story to tell. For example, many commentators have condemned Sweden for imposing only light restrictions, leaving bars and restaurants open and continuing schooling for everyone up to the age of 16.

    Sweden had suffered 2,769 deaths by May 4, but the models predicted 28,000 deaths in Imperial’s “no-intervention” scenario. So, more than 90 percent of deaths were avoided without a lockdown – which is pretty much on par with certain other countries who locked down and trashed their economies.

    Given the costs of the lockdown in the UK – how so many families have had to bear being apart from their loved ones for so long and how many jobs will be lost – that’s infuriating.

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