In this video, Dr. John Campbell takes a closer look at the COVID information provided through a recent Freedom of Information request in Britain.
One of the big issues with COVID is how many people died solely of COVID, compared to those who died with COVID, meaning they had other serious underlying health issues?
They discovered that 17,371 people had died solely of COVID, compared to the government’s official number of 152,872.
It also revealed that the average age of death in the UK from COVID in 2020 was 81.5 and in 2021, 82.5 which was higher than the average life expectancy in the UK of about 80.9.
Campbell also looked at the number of excess deaths in 2020 and 2021, compared to previous years. In Britain, the number of excess deaths was 127,704 compared to the five-year average.
Though some believe this is a more accurate reflection of the impact of COVID, it doesn’t provide the whole story. Because there were also more deaths from cancer compared to previous years because people were either not receiving or going for treatment during the lockdowns.
Many have suggested that instead of locking down whole countries, governments should have focussed their attention on protecting the elderly and those with underlying health conditions.
READ: GOV.UKCoronavirus (COVID-19) in the UK
Over the past couple of years, there have been some interesting revelations about the official COVID stats. Note: These are just the ones that were caught:
- We have seen health officials list a 20-year-old man who was killed in a motorcycle accident as a COVID death.
- We have seen a boy, who died from brain cancer, referred to as a COVID death after testing positive for COVID two days before he died.
- We have seen a person with nearly double the lethal limit of alcohol changed to a COVID death, even though a doctor recorded the death as acute alcohol poisoning.
- We have seen a person dying from a gunshot wound to the head listed as a COVID death.