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Canada’s total deaths per 100,000 population remains similar, even with COVID-19

by | Jan 4, 2021 | Canada, Corona Virus, Violation of Our Rights

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?
(1) Selected grouped causes of death, by week: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/cv.action…
(2) Canada Population estimates, quarterly: https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/t1/tbl1/en/tv.action…
(3) Figure 5c. Age and gender distribution of COVID-19 cases deceased in Canada as of December 18, 2020. https://health-infobase.canada.ca/…/Epidemiological…

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