Median Weekly Excess Death in 128 Regions
Edit: A wrongly-recorded date has been fixed.
In a previous report, it was noted that Finland saw 30% excess death at the end of 2022— after COVID had become merely a mild virus (Omicron), even milder than seasonal flu. This report looks at median weekly excess death rates for 236 measurements (~236 weeks).
Some regions only reported once per month at the end of the month, so not every new measurement is an entirely new week, but they are all in order, so that you can watch the progression of the median excess over time.
Before COVID shots became widely available, the median weekly excess death rate remained below 15%. But 2020 would not be a good predictor for what was about to come — because 2020 only involved the effects of COVID.
After COVID shots were in wide-scale use — perhaps the widest-ever “vaccine uptake level” that the world has ever known — median weekly excess death rates shot up, indicating that the COVID shots were not safe and effective.