England vs Sweden Excess Deaths v.2
Jan-17 to Jul-22. More simple, more clear.
Apparently, my last simple analysis wasn’t clear enough so I’ve gone back to Jan 2017.
England and Sweden are near perfect comparisons in terms of normalised excess mortality in the three years running up to COVID and the year after.
For the two seasons in between, England’s pandemic response has resulted in considerably more “excess” deaths.
Between 16th March and 31st May 2020, Sweden had 23,635 deaths relative to 15,400 baseline, i.e. 53% “excess”. Conversely, England had 157,464 relative to 88,000 or 79% “excess”.
Between 14th Sept 2020 and 20th June 2021, Sweden had 72,092 deaths relative to 56,000 (+29%) whereas England had 436,002 relative to 320,000 (+36%).
The situation between the two is near enough identical before and after. Conclusively, what England did that Sweden didn’t and vice versa is responsible for England having a substantially worse outcome.
England closed schools, locked down harder, forced healthy people to wear masks, and came second only to Israel in terms of the success of their mRNA experiment.
These policies and whatever other major health and healthcare choices England made are responsible for the unnecessary deaths of thousands of English citizens.