Published On: Sun, Apr 12th, 2020

Tiny percentage of UK “Covid-19” deaths had no underlying causes: (much) less than 1000 have died of Covid-19?

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In this article, because the corporate-media is grotesquely wallowing in some symbolic incidence of over 10,000 “Covid-19” deaths on Easter Sunday, we partake in a little exercise  where extracts of corporate-media reports from each day of April are presented, with each telling of the following:  the accumulated number, as of that particular day, in the UK supposedly dead of “Covid-19”; the number who died (of “Covid-19) in England in the previous 24 hours; and the number from that who died with no underlying health conditions – or what we can call pre-existing conditions.

Accompanying each extract is a percentage which represents the number of dead in England that didn’t have another illness. Additionally, the average percentage (taken from percentages thus far discovered) is applied to the UK total of “Covid-19” dead to create what is perhaps a more realistic representation of the number dead by “Covid-19”. (It appears that only NHS England indicates how many patients died without underlying conditions).

In the final reckoning, the number of people in the UK who supposedly died of “Covid-19”, and who didn’t die with an underlying illness is much smaller than 10,000. This is important because it is extremely likely that people who die of “Covid-19” while having a pre-existing illness actually die of their ailment†, or indeed the treatment to it. It is only a very few people of whom it can be said that they died uniquely of “Covid-19”. And then, it is very likely that they died of something else: the reader is asked to remember that “true” Covid-19 can also be attributed to other things, and some suggestions were supplied in the FBEL article, Coronavirus/Covid-19: the anatomy of a hoax:

Let’s recap. Covid-19 is supposedly a pneumonia as a complication of SARS-COV-2, but we’ve found that:

…A developed SARS-COV-2 infection could be flu, or even a bacterial infection, and Covid-19, or the pneumonia associated with it, would in fact arise as a complication due to these other causations.

Pneumonia or severe respiratory complications can occur from a treatment for cancer – which incriminates other pre-existing conditions in combination with their medical treatments.

† An infection of SARS-COV/SARS-COV-2 is never proven with a PCR test. See Letting flu do the dirty work: the vast potential to misrepresent death as due to Covid-19 (link).

Here begins the exercise:

April 1st

[A 19-year-old] teenager was among 367 new deaths in England’s hospitals announced today.

All patients were aged between 19 and 98 years old, and all but 28 (aged between 19 and 91) had underlying health conditions, NHS England said in a statement.

A total of 1,789 patients have now died overall in UK hospitals.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 7.629%

Real UK figure after average percentage 7.629% is applied: 136

 

April 2nd

THE UK coronavirus death toll shot up by 569 today to 2,961 people…

NHS England today confirmed a further 561 people have died…

The latest victims were aged between 22 and 100 – including 44 with no underlying health conditions.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 7.843%

Real UK figure after average percentage 7.736% is applied: 229

 

April 3rd

Another 684 people have died in the UK after contracting coronavirus – bringing the total number of deaths to 3,605…

NHS England said the newly confirmed deaths [604] were patients aged between 24 and 100-years-old, with 34 of the patients – aged between 27 and 92 – having no known underlying health conditions.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 5.629%

Real UK figure after average percentage 7.033% is applied: 253

 

April 4th

Another 708 people have died after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK, including a five year-old child who is the youngest victim to date.

The daily increase in deaths… took the UK’s total to 4,313….

NHS England said that of the latest 637 deaths in the country, 40 of them – aged between 48 and 93 – had no known underlying health conditions.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 6.279%

Real UK figure after average percentage 6.845% is applied: 295

 

April 5th

A further 555 people, who tested positive for the coronavirus have died…

Twenty nine of the 555 patients, aged between 35 and 95 years old, had no known underlying health condition…

As of 5pm on 4 April, of those hospitalised in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 4,934 have sadly died.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 5.225%

Real UK figure after average percentage 6.521% is applied: 322

 

April 6th

A total of 5,373 patients have died in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Sunday…

another 403 hospital patients in England who tested positive for coronavirus have died…

The patients were aged between 35 and 106, and 15 of them had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 3.722%

Real UK figure after average percentage 6.054% is applied: 325

 

April 7th

Britain’s coronavirus death toll has increased to 6,236 after 854 more patients died in the biggest day-on-day increase yet….

NHS England said a further 758 people who tested positive for coronavirus have died…

Patients were aged between 23 and 102 years old, and 29 of the patients had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 3.825%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.736% is applied: 358

 

April 8th

The government announced an increase of 938 deaths, taking the UK’s total to 7,097.

The 828 patients who died in England were aged between 22 and 103, with all but 46 having underlying health conditions.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 5.555%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.713% is applied: 405

 

April 9th

The UK’s coronavirus death toll now stands at 8,063 after another grim 24 hours.

England made up the vast majority of the new deaths, with 765 more dying…

The patients were aged between 24 and 103 years old. Some 43 of them – aged between 33 and 99 years old – had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 5.620%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.703% is applied: 459

 

April 10th

The UK’s coronavirus death toll has soared to more than 9,000 [9,016] after 953 new deaths were reported in the highest day-on-day increase yet.

England recorded 866 new Covid-19 deaths….

In England, the latest victims were aged between 27 and 100, and 56 of them had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 6.466%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.779% is applied: 521

 

April 11th

A further 917 patients… have died in the UK after testing positive for coronavirus, bringing the total fatalities to 9,875….

NHS England reported a further 823 patients had died in their hospitals in the past 24 hours.

Those who had lost their lives in England were aged between 11 and 102, and 33 of these – aged between 29 and 94 – had no underlying health conditions.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 4.009%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.618% is applied: 555

 

April 12th

Coronavirus hospital deaths in the UK have topped more than 10,000 as 657 more people die in England.

It brings the total number of deaths of people who have tested positive for COVID-19 to 10,532.

Of the deaths recorded in England, there were 42 patients aged between 30 and 98 who had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 6.392%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.682% is applied: 598

 

Update; 13th April (and ongoing):

To complete the exercise, this article will be updated each day until the end of April with new extracts, percentages and numbers

April 13th

The UK has announced 717 more coronavirus deaths today, taking the total number of victims to 11,329 across all four countries…

NHS England said the 667 victims in its hospitals were aged between 17 and 101 and 40 of them had no other health problems, the youngest of whom was 37 years old.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 5.997%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.707% is applied: 647

 

April 14th

The UK death toll has hit 12,107 as an additional 778 people died in the last 24 hours, the Department of Health has announced…

An additional 744 people, who tested positive for the coronavirus have died, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 11,005, NHS England has announced.

The patients were aged between 34 and 102 years old, and 58 (aged between 38 and 96 years old) had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 7.796%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.856% is applied: 709

 

April 15th

Another 761 patients with coronavirus have died in UK hospitals.

The Department of Health announced the increase, which takes the total to 12,868…

NHS England said another 651 coronavirus patients had died in hospitals in England, taking its total to 11,656.

Patients were aged between 20 and 101, and 20 of those (aged 20 to 101) had no known underlying health conditions when they tested positive for coronavirus.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 3.072%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.671% is applied: 730

 

April 16th

There are two extracts today because the big corporate-media failed to supply numbers for underlying health conditions in their initial reporting (which signals a significant change in behaviour). The number was discovered, with more than the usual amount of searching for it, in local news reporting on English numbers.

Source 1:

The hospital death toll stood at 13,828 on Thursday afternoon after tallies were released individually by UK nations, up from 12,958 on Wednesday. It does not include deaths in care homes, hospices or private homes, which are feared to be in the thousands…

NHS England said the number of deaths in hospitals in England had increased by 740 to 12,396 on Thursday.

Source 2:

A further 740 people, who tested positive for the Coronavirus (Covid-19) in England have died…

It brings the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 12,396.

Patients were aged between 28 and 103 years old.  40 of the 740 patients (aged between 45 and 93 years old) had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 5.405%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.654% is applied: 782

 

April 17th

Source 1:

CORONAVIRUS deaths in the UK have jumped to 14,576 after 847 more people died in hospital…

In England, the number of people to have died from the bug jumped by 738 today, bringing England’s total to 13,134.

Source 2:

England has now recorded 13,134 deaths in total.

An additional 738 deaths were recorded in the 24 hours since yesterday’s figures were announced.

Those patients that died in England were aged between 32 and 101 years old.

Of them, 30 had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 4.605%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.561% is applied: 811

 

April 18th

Another 888 patients have died in hospitals in the UK after testing positive for coronavirus.

The Department of Health announced the latest increase which takes the total death toll from COVID-19 to 15,464, the fifth highest in the world from the virus which originated in China late last year…

NHS England announced a further 784 deaths, taking the country’s total to 13,918.

The patients were aged between 26 and 100 years old and 38 of them (aged between 44 and 96) had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 4.847%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.521% is applied: 854

 

April 19th

Source 1:

THE UK coronavirus death toll has increased by 596 to 16,060…

Another 482 people have died in hospitals in England after contracting coronavirus – it is the lowest daily number since April 6.

Source 2:

NHS England confirmed that patients were aged between 34 and 104 years old and six of the 482 patients – aged between 44 and 96 years old – had no known underlying health conditions.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 1.245%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.296% is applied: 851

 

April 20th

Source 1:

The number of daily coronavirus deaths in the UK dropped to its lowest level in two weeks as 463 new fatalities were reported in the last 24 hours.

It is less than half of Britain’s record single-day high of 953 and it brings Britain’s death toll to 16,535 amid fresh signs the curve could be flattening and the UK could be reaching its peak…

England reported an additional 429 deaths on Monday.

Source 2:

Nationally, a further 429 people, who tested positive for the Coronavirus (Covid-19) have died in English hospitals, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths to 14,829.

Patients were aged between 40 and 101 years old. Fifteen of the 429 patients, aged between 49 and 92 years old, had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions:3.497%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.206% is applied: 861

 

April 21st

Source 1:

There have been a further 823 coronavirus-related deaths in UK hospitals, the Department of Health has said.

It takes the total number of COVID-19 patients to have died in UK hospitals to 17,337.

Some 778 new deaths were reported by NHS England – the biggest rise in just under two weeks – as the total reached 15,607.

Source 2:

Nationally, another 778 people, who tested positive for the Coronavirus (Covid-19) have died, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 15,607…

Patients were aged between 22 and 103-years-old. Twenty-four of the 778 patients, aged between 49 and 91-years-old, had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 3.085%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.105% is applied: 885

 

April 22nd

Source 1:

The number of deaths in the UK of people who tested positive for coronavirus has risen by 759, bringing to the total number of deaths in hospitals to 18,100.

NHS England has announced 665 new deaths of people who tested positive for Covid-19, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 16,272.

Source 2:

Nationally, NHS England has said a further 665 people, who tested positive for the coronavirus have died, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 16,272.

Patients were aged between 26 and 102-years-old and 26 of those patients, who were aged between 48 and 95-years-old, had no known underlying health conditions.

[Additional:

A Guardian article from Friday 17th April lends support to findings of FBEL’s tracking: “No underlying conditions in 5% of coronavirus deaths in English hospitals”.]

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 3.910%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.051% is applied: 914

 

April 23rd

Britain has announced another 616 coronavirus victims today, taking the total number of fatalities in the UK to 18,783…

NHS England today announced that the 514 patients who had died in its hospitals were aged between 31 and 100 years old.

Sixteen of them, the youngest of whom was 37, had no other health problems before they caught the coronavirus.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 3.113%

Real UK figure after average percentage 4.966% is applied: 933

 

April 24th

Another 684 people have died from coronavirus in Britain, taking the total number of fatalities to 19,506…

NHS England confirmed 587 people died in its hospitals…

Victims in England were aged between 40 and 102 years old, and 34 of them had no known underlying health conditions.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 5.792%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5% is applied: 975

 

April 25th

Britain has announced a further 781 coronavirus victims today, taking the total number of fatalities in the UK to 20,287…

NHS England confirmed a further 711 new deaths of people who tested positive for Covid-19, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 18,084.

Patients were aged between 34 and 100 years old and 87 of the 711 patients – aged between 34 and 90 years old – had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 12.236%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.29% is applied: 1073

 

April 26th

Source 1:

The 413 deaths recorded for England, Wales and Scotland today represents a significant drop on yesterday’s UK figures – and are also lower than previous Sundays, which typically see a lower toll than weekdays….

A total of 20,732 patients have now died in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Saturday.

Source 2:

Nationally, NHS England has said a further 336 people who tested positive for the coronavirus have died, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 18,420.

Patients were aged between 28 and 10-year-old and of those people, 22 who were aged between 41 and 94-years-old had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 6.548%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.339% is applied: 1107

 

April 27th

Source 1:

A total of 21,092 hospital patients have now died in the UK after testing positive for COVID-19, the Department of Health said.

Source 2:

A further 329 people, who tested positive for the Coronavirus (Covid-19) have died, NHS England have confirmed, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 18,749.

Patients were aged between 29 and 100 years old.  22 of the 329 patients (aged between 29 and 89 years old) had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 6.687%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.388% is applied: 1136

 

April 28th

Source 1:

Another 586 people have died in UK hospitals after contracting coronavirus – bringing the total to 21,678.

[Additionally, this source reports that “From Wednesday (29th), the government’s daily figures on coronavirus deaths will include those in care homes and in the community.”]

Source 2:

NHS England’s figures showed that 552 new deaths were confirmed and that the overall English total is now 19,301.

The latest fatalities were aged between 31 and 99 years old and 38 of them, aged between 36 and 99 years old. had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 6.884%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.442% is applied: 1180

 

April 29th

It comes as 601 more deaths were announced bringing the national total up to 22,370. So far there have been 10 confirmed deaths in England of Covid-19 patients aged 0 to 19.

NHS England said that out of the 445 deaths it recorded today, 27 patients aged 14 to 94 had no underlying health conditions.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 6.067%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.463% is applied: 1222

 

April 30th

Source 1:

The daily number of coronavirus deaths in UK hospitals has dropped for the second day in a row as 482 new fatalities were reported.

England reported 391 new deaths, Scotland had 60, Wales recorded 22 and Northern Ireland’s count increased by nine, taking the UK’s hospital toll to 22,861.

Source 2:

A further 391 people, who tested positive for the Coronavirus (Covid-19) have died, bringing the total number of confirmed reported deaths in hospitals in England to 20,137.

Patients were aged between 15 and 101 years old. 15 of the 391 patients (aged between 49 and 97 years old) had no known underlying health condition.

Percentage of NHS England deaths with no underlying conditions: 3.836%

Real UK figure after average percentage 5.409% is applied: 1237

 

 

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