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Canada’s total deaths per 100,000 population remains similar, even with COVID-19
CANADA’S TOTAL DEATHS PER 100,000 POPULATION REMAIN SIMILAR, EVEN WITH COVID-19
Amid dire projections of massive deaths from Covid-19, the latest Statitistics Canada data shows that total deaths per 100,000 people remains in line with historical trends. In fact, data from the 2017-2018 period remains higher.
Looking at data from the past 5 years, the most recent 52-week period ending in mid-October shows 754 deaths from all causes per 100,000 people in Canada. There were 760 total deaths/100,000 in 2017-2018. (1)
Total deaths per 100,000 per 52-week period (ending mid-October) for the last 5 years:
Year total deaths / Q4 population = total deaths per 100k
2015-16: 263,075 / 36,258,726 = 726
2016-17: 275,370 / 36,721,242 = 750
2017-18: 283,170 / 37,249,240 = 760
2018-19: 281,635 / 37,802,043 = 745
2019-20: 286,430 / 38,008,005 = 754
With seniors aged 60 and older, esp. with pre-existing conditions, accounting for 96.5% of all deaths with/from Covid-19, the vulnerable group to protect is clear. (3) There have only been 485 deaths under the age of 60 and 144 deaths under 50.
With Covid-19 not being the killer virus that it was projected to be, will governments pay attention to the latest data and allow communities and businesses to reopen?