Excess mortality

Excess mortality

Over the last few months an excess mortality in Europe has been observed for all age groups from 15 to 75 [13]. In November Spain reported an excess mortality of 12%, and in early December Great Britain reported figures of 13%, France of 9%, Germany of 32%, Austria of 42%, and Switzerland of 27% [14], of which only a small part can be attributed to Covid. If they report about it at all, newspapers speak of these figures as puzzling [15, 16, 17], and governments offer vague and unconvincing conjectures as to the possible cause [18]. It is worth considering that we are seeing this inexplicable excess mortality in the same year that a completely novel medical intervention was administered to a large part of the population.

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