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Iceland leading all of Europe in excess mortality; Philippines sees record high in excess deaths
Still more statistical evidence that grimly reconfirms what our (and others’) “died suddenly” compilations have been making all too clear week after week
"Excess deaths are nowhere to be found as high as in Iceland"—p. 2 of Morgunblaðið, one of Iceland’s two major daily papers.
NB: The article, which ran on February 20, reports that Iceland’s rate of excess deaths is now the highest not in all the world, but of any European country.
Moreover, the impact of those excess deaths must be especially heavy in a country with so small a population.
(My thanks to Gunnar Kjeld for sending me this information.)
And, from Texas Lindsay, a similar report concerning excess deaths in the Philippines:
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