Canada had more excess deaths in vaccine-coerced 2021 than in 2020 when the pandemic supposedly ravaged the country coast to coast — without vaccines.
Excess deaths is the term that indicates whether a region had more or fewer deaths than expected, given demographics and historical trends.
In Canada, the Wuhan virus came early 2020 and, by the spring, had spread like wildfire. Most provinces declared a state of emergency in March 2020.
In all of 2020, Canada recorded 16,440 excess deaths — meaning 16,440 more than expected.
And in 2021, Canada had 21,435 excess deaths – which is 4,995 more excess deaths than in 2020.
Over those two years, deaths attributed to Covid-19 were virtually identical.
According to Health Canada’s website, in 2020, 9,227 deaths were recorded as Covid-19 deaths. As for 2021, the total was 9,933.
In other words, Covid deaths remained consistent in 2020 and 2021, while excess deaths shot up by about 5,000.
In 2020, the dominant Covid variant in Canada was Alpha, while by mid-2021, the Delta variant became dominant.
Legacy media created hysteria around the Delta variant, as the just-vaccinated population was learning it was not immune from getting infected with Covid.
Data suggested that the Delta variant was more contagious than Alpha, but less deadly.
Excess deaths are becoming a worrisome issue across the world. Many experts are baffled as to what could be causing the figures to be so high now that Covid-19 death totals are much lower than they were during the pandemic.
About 300,000 non-covid excess deaths have occurred in the US since the pandemic.
Likewise, the UK has discovered disturbing spikes in excess deaths of late. For example, in the week of January 7, 2023, the UK recorded 2,837 excess deaths. This figure is the highest it’s been since the height of the pandemic.
Canada’s excess death totals for 2022 are only recorded up to week 35 of the year. However, the total excess deaths up to that point is about 3,500 deaths higher than it was at the same time in 2021 and about 6,000 more than in 2020.