On March 31st, the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) reported that there were 15.3% more deaths than normal in 2022.
This is what the March release said:
“In 2022, there were 190,394 deaths that occurred by 31 December and were registered by 28 February 2023, which is 25,235 (15.3%) more than the historical average.”
Is it unusual to have 15.3% more deaths than average?
The graph above shows the excess rate of deaths (more than the average of the past five years) from 1955 to 2021.
Before the highly anomalous year of 2022, the highest annual increase in deaths per population was 4.3%, which occurred in 1964. On average, over the 67-year period, there was an annual 1.6% decrease in the death rate.
The aim of this project is to provide information on the current mandates for COVID-19 vaccinations made by large employers and governments in Australia for their employees.
The information is provided as a searchable table and can also be downloaded as a colour-coded Excel or OpenOffice spreadsheet.
Thank you to the 26,680 Australians who completed the anonymous online survey carried out by Clarity on Health between 18th February and 28th March 2022.
The survey results are now available. They indicate that thousands of Australians felt coerced to have the COVID-19 vaccinations. Many of them got vaccinated because it was mandated for their job, and not for medical reasons.