Unprecedented increase in deaths from ‘unknown’ causes

Unprecedented increase in deaths from ‘unknown’ causes

Health officials in the Canadian province of Alberta are sounding the alarm after they recorded an unprecedented rise in deaths from “unknown” or “ill-defined” causes in 2020 and 2021. The total number of these deaths began to rise at the beginning of the pandemic.

In 2021, deaths from “unknown” causes were the leading cause of death in the province, claiming more lives than heart disease, diabetes and stroke combined, according to the latest figures released by the Alberta government. The data shows that the total number of deaths with no known cause is 7 times higher than in 2019.

In total, there were 3,362 such deaths in 2021, more than double the 1,464 deaths in 2020. In 2019, there were only 522.

There is no data in this category until 2019.

According to Calgary CTV News, provincial health officials said they were reviewing the data but “have not yet provided an explanation for the sudden spike in deaths from unknown causes.”

Despite the “experts” taking a long time to find an explanation, a surprising amount of evidence has emerged linking experimental vaccines to a sudden rise in unexpected deaths. Since the vaccine was first introduced at the end of 2020, insurance companies around the world have reported a sharp 40 percent increase in death claims, many of which involve people of working age.

The past year and a half has also seen a rapid increase in mortality among millennials aged 25-34. After the experimental vaccine was deployed, all-cause mortality in this age group jumped by 84%.

Coincidentally – or not – the spike in unexplained deaths in Alberta coincides perfectly with the introduction of an experimental COVID vaccine. In addition, the failure of the public health bureaucracy to classify the cause of death for nearly 3,500 cases – especially with current technology – is completely inexcusable, though not surprising.

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