Scientists admit million excess deaths

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Scientists admit 18 million excess deaths are real

Briefly, I have already written about the theory according to
which approximately 13 million people died from vaccines out
of 18 million excess deaths in the world. Official science denied
these facts for a long time. Recognizing only 5.92 million deaths
from Covid-19 in the world. Now, under pressure from the facts,
Big Pharma has announced that all 18 million people have died
from Covid-19. To justify killing with vaccines. Below is a study
admitting 18 million excess deaths to the world is not a conspiracy
theory, but a fact. The conspiracy theorists were right again.
Although reported COVID-19 deaths between Jan 1, 2020, and
Dec 31, 2021, totalled 5·94 million worldwide, we estimate that
18,2 million (95% uncertainty interval) people died worldwide
because of the COVID-19 pandemic (as measured by excess mortality)
over that period (https://bit.ly/3J7p1nc). The global all-age rate
of excess mortality due to the COVID-19 pandemic was 120·3 deaths
per 100000 of the population, and excess mortality rate exceeded 300
deaths per 100000 of the population in 21 countries. The number of
excess deaths due to COVID-19 was largest in the regions of south
Asia, north Africa and the Middle East, and eastern Europe. At the
country level, the highest numbers of cumulative excess deaths due
to COVID-19 were estimated in India (4·07 million), the USA
(1,13 million), Russia (1,07 million), Mexico (798000
[741000–867000]), Brazil (792000 [730000–847000]), Indonesia
(736000 [594000–955000]), and Pakistan (664000 [498000–847000]).
Among these countries, the excess mortality rate was highest in Russia
(374·6 deaths [369·7–378·4] per 100000) and Mexico
(325·1 [301·6–353·3] per 100000), and was similar in Brazil
(186·9 [172·2–199·8] per 100000) and the USA (179·3 [170·7–187·5]
per 100000).
The full impact of the pandemic has been much greater than what is
indicated by reported deaths due to COVID-19 alone. Strengthening
death registration systems around the world, long understood to be
crucial to global public health strategy, is necessary for improved
monitoring of this pandemic and future pandemics. In addition,
further research is warranted to help distinguish the proportion of
excess mortality that was directly caused by SARS-CoV-2 infection
and the changes in causes of death as an indirect consequence of
the pandemic.