Covid responsible for 70.8% of excess mortality in 2020

By TPN/Lusa, in News, COVID-19 · 18-04-2021 13:00:00 · 2 Comments

Covid-19 was responsible for 70.8% of the excess mortality in the first year of the pandemic, in which deaths increased 20.8% compared to the average of the previous five years

According to figures released by the National Statistics Institute (INE), 134,278 people died in Portugal between March 2020 and February 2021, 23,089 more than the average for the same period between 2015 and 2019.

Of the total deaths, 16,351 (12.2 percent) were attributed to Covid-19, representing 70.8 percent of the excess mortality for the first year of the pandemic that began with the new coronavirus detected in 2019 in the Chinese city of Wuhan.



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Comments:

Proof that you guys will publish just about anything that creates fear and prolongs shutdowns

By Latoysha Adams from USA on 19-04-2021 04:04

A load of statistical garbage aimed at deceiving the public from what the true agenda happens to be.
Rockefeller, Schwartz, Soros & Co we know who you all truly are.
Crimes against humanity forthcoming for all of you.
Mark my word.

By Peter R. from Alentejo on 18-04-2021 02:30
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