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  • Opublikowany 19 sty 2022
  • 13 March 2020 to 7 January 2022, England and Wales
    127,704 excess deaths above the five-year average
    Official data
    Deaths from COVID-19 with no other underlying causes
    FOI Ref: FOI/2021/3240
    Death registrations for 2020 and 2021
    for deaths where COVID-19 was listed as the underlying cause,
    but had no other pre-existing conditions recorded on the death certificate, England and Wales
    This publication will be updated quarterly
    Total deaths, 9,400
    0-64, 1,549
    65 and over, 7,851
    2021 Q1
    Total deaths, 6,483
    0-64, 1,560
    65 and over, 4,923
    2021 Q2
    Total deaths, 346
    0-64, 153
    65 and over, 193
    2021 Q3,
    Total deaths, 1,142
    0-64, 512
    65 and over, 630
    Therefore, 2020 and first 3 quarters of 2021
    Total deaths from covid alone, 17,371
    Of this number 13,597 were 65 or over
    Of this number, 3,774 were under 65
    Average age of death in UK from covid in 2021
    82.5 years
    Average life expectancy in the UK, 2018 to 2020
    79.0 years for males
    82.9 years for females
    This represents a fall of 7.0 weeks for males and a slight increase of 0.5 weeks for females
    (from the latest non-overlapping period of 2015 to 2017)
    This is the first time we have seen a decline when comparing non-overlapping time periods since the series began in the early 1980s
    As of end of September
    Within 28 days of a positive test, 137,133
    (7.9 times more deaths)
    Excess deaths from cancer
    Professor Karol Sikora, University of Buckingham
    Former head of cancer programme at WHO
    Probably an extra 50,000 deaths from cancer, over the past 18 months, you otherwise would not have had
    Failure to report early
    Difficulty getting to see GP
    Fear of hospital admissions
    Missed chemotherapy
    Missed radiotherapy
    6 million waiting for NHS treatment

Komentarze • 0

  • Dino's Reviews

    My 47 year old sister has stage 4 cancer. Tried to see her GP for months and kept getting phone appointments, before she finally got diagnosed. This is why I’m so angry that the media and government seem only focused on Covid and not looking at how these restrictions have terrible consequences.

  • Loretta Tunnicliffe

    My 88 year old dad passed away from pneumonia, he always said it is the old man's best friend. I was fortunate enough to have him in my home to be with him. My heart goes out to people who died alone and to have families separated at those times.

  • Julie Millward uk

    My dad past during plandemic with long standing COPD, Luckily all family knew truth & he passed surrounded by all the family otherwise he would have died alone on a convid ward as many copd people were. My heart breaks for those who were denied family visits 💔. Big hugs dad love you & hugs to all of us ♥️🙏

  • TheBrokenRuler

    Thank you for bringing all this to light! It must have been hard to stay true to your beliefs while the government and everyone else was trying to shout you down. It takes incredible strength to stay true to your convictions even if the whole world is telling you no!!

  • Bendywan
    Bendywan  +24

    Thankyou Dr John. It is videos like this that really make you ask 'Why and how did governments all around the world get this so wrong? Or, did they know all along what they were doing?'

  • Stefanie Soulseeker

    Thank you for presenting actual facts without any agenda. It makes weighing out decisions much easier. xo Who thought that just presenting neutrally would be revolutionary xo

  • Amy Morris
    Amy Morris  +512

    Dr. John, I love that after discussing death for 15 minutes, you take the time to remind us that there is still beauty in our world as you listen to the birds. You're a rare person, thanks for all that you do!

  • David Acosta

    Dude thanks for putting this up. Your advice has kept me going without much anxiety these past months and I appreciate how critical and honest you've been. This is a massive relief

  • Gillian Roe

    Dear Doctor John,

  • Lynx South

    As to cancer deaths, in the USA my cousin felt unwell in early 2020. He put off seeing a doctor or going to a clinic because of the "pandemic" and supposed overcrowding of hospitals. When he finally felt so unwell that he went ahead and jumped through all the hoops, all the while worrying he was being selfish, he was diagnosed with advanced liver cancer and was sent straight to hospice, where he died.

  • WoWisdeadtome

    I tested positive twice in two days for covid on new year's eve and new year's day and had some mild symptoms including cough, head/body aches, dizziness on standing, sore throat and some disrupted sleep, I also had to sleep reclined not lying flat to be comfortable.

  • Customer Service Champion

    1.4m views tells its own story, by far the most popular video from Dr Campbell. If you need to watch one video or show one to your friends this is it!

  • Vladimira Kalanovska

    I'm from Bulgaria in Eastern Europe and here there is a lot of mixed messaging. I am watching your videos since the beginning of the pandemic. You really helped me to make informed choices and to give information to my older relatives that watch only Bulgarian media. If I wanted balanced information without political leaning and personal interest I knew that I can find it here. And If we are really nearing the end of this ordeal I would want to express my sincere gratitude!

  • Purple Phoenix

    Sadly some of the cancer deaths happened fairly early on. My friend lost her mum to cancer in 2020. The tumour had been responding well to treatment. It had shrunk and hadn't spread. They decided to cancel her chemo due to her age making her more at risk from Cvd, should she catch it (she was a few weeks over the cut off age). She never caught Cvd but sadly, without being allowed to continue her course of chemo (that she and her family all wanted and pleaded for), the cancer started to grow again, then it spread and sadly she passed away towards the middle of 2020. How did it make sense, when she already had something in her body that could kill her, to say "we can't treat you for the thing you have as it will put you at slightly greater risk of catching something, that you may not catch and if you do, you may be alright anyway." She was willing to take that chance as it gave her the best chance of survival and extra time with her grandson. They didn't give her the option. Sadly, I very much doubt this was a one off situation.

  • Beerwalla

    Really love you video's, I knew you from before covid watching your vids on the body and how it works etc (while doing my sports massage course) I learned more from you in your 30 min videos, than from all the hours in class and from textbooks. You have a real passion and love of what you do. I am so happy you have never got sucked into the politics just give pure evaluation from the available information. Dr. John. Campbell, my Hero.

  • Tweed34
    Tweed34  +1

    Great analysis. What we need now is a comparison on how many deaths in an average year have flu or pneumonia mentioned on the death certificate (to be comparable with the way we measure cases and deaths

  • Jules Rob

    Thank you for this video, and for helping us understand. Thank you also for bringing us back to the simple things in life, it moved me. The "emergency" today is to see beauty again in the world, it is everywhere. We are blessed with this life.

  • Saleh Othman

    Thanks for highlighting this important information.

  • GimR's Lab

    My mother had early onset dementia but passed away from cancer last January. Very likely that this whole pandemic is a huge reason it was missed was because her caretakers were scared to go the hospital. She was in a home, so our ability to see her was limited and we didn't notice anything ourselves. She died alone , in pain, and confused because at the very last second her care takers wouldn't let me visit without a negative covid test. I immediately scheduled one but she died a day later. (We were told before this that her next of kin could visit her in the home at any time). Lastly, we wanted to get tests done to see the cause of her dementia in order to help plan our futures (She got it when she was 49, I'm 32 now). These tests need to be done right after the patient passes. The Doctors at John's Hopkins refused to see her without a negative Covid test (after death) and The PCR tests from the home she was in were locked away and the people who had the keys were off for the weekend. Also, JHs refused to give her a test themselves. So, we couldn't get that incredibly important test done in time. Craziest part is that my mom got dementia so early she was actually someone of high interests for doctors in this field to study and they still all refused.

  • Michael T
    Michael T  +12

    So amazing this is now coming to light. We all have to re-evaluate the impact of covid and its public health policy in light of these kinds of findings. Good on you.