Substantial Excess Mortality In European Countries, 12 Weeks Straight
EuroMOMO, the Denmark-based project that compiles health statistics from more than 20 European countries, has noted “substantial excess mortality” every week since late last year.
From Week 46 to Week 50 of 2021, estimated pooled deaths showed elevated excess mortality. Frow Week 51 of 2021 to Week 10 of 2022, there has been substantial excess mortality.
The European Mortality Monitoring Project tracks 100% of deaths in most European Union countries, with the notable exception of France (only 77 percent) and Italy (only 15 percent).
The project covers a population of more than 420 million people.
Stats generated in recent weeks are based on data from 26 participating countries/regions: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Germany (Berlin), Germany (Hesse), Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, UK (England), UK (Northern Ireland), and UK (Scotland).
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