The communication regards the death rates from the plandemic seems to be taking a different turn in England and Wales. Governments have released a weekly report which emphasised that a quarter of deaths involving Covid-19 in England and Wales, stated that people actually died ‘with’ the coronavirus rather than ‘from’ it.
According to the Office of National Statistics, 400 coronavirus-linked deaths were registered in England and Wales in the week ending April 2nd. Covid-19 was recorded as the underlying cause of death in 308 cases, which means that 23% of people died ‘with’ the virus rather than ‘from’ it.
Deaths involving Covid-19 made up 4.9% of deaths registered in England and Wales over the same period, compared with 7.2% the week before and 45% in mid-January. According to the report, daily Covid-linked deaths have been steadily decreasing in the UK since the second wave of infections peaked in mid-January. Prime Minister Boris Johnson argued that the positive trend was mainly a result of lockdowns, rather than the ongoing vaccination campaign.
The PM warned that the infection rate will “inevitably” rise again if the country starts to reopen now. Not so long ago, one of the World Health Organisation’s officials said lockdowns had nothing to do with combating the virus.