Over 500 Excess Heart Deaths Recorded Every Week in England, Report Reveals

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has published a bombshell new report showing that a staggering 500-plus heart disease-related excess deaths are being recorded in England every week.

The BHF, the UK’s leading cardiovascular research charity, warns that heart attacks and strokes have been soaring since 2020.

The report is based on data from the Office for Health Improvement and Disparities.

The data shows that there’s been a total of 96,540 excess deaths involving cardiovascular conditions like heart attacks and strokes since February 2020.

“It is deeply troubling that so many more people with cardiovascular disease have lost their lives over the past three years,” BHF Chief Executive Dr. Charmaine Griffiths said Thursday.

“For years now, it has been clear that we are firmly in the grip of a heart and stroke care emergency.

“If little changes, we could continue to see a sustained rise in death rates from cardiovascular conditions that undoes decades of scientific progress to reduce the number of people who die of a heart attack or stroke.”

“There is no time to waste – governments must take control of this crisis to give heart patients and their loved ones hope of a better and healthier future,” she added.

Consultant cardiologist Dr. Sonya Babu-Narayan highlighted how Covid deaths have been steadily falling since the onset of the pandemic.

However, cardiovascular deaths keep rising.

“Covid-19 no longer fully explains the significant numbers of excess deaths involving cardiovascular disease,” she claimed.

“Other major factors are likely contributing.”

Babu-Narayan continued by blaming “the extreme and unrelenting pressure” on Britain’s health service for the soaring excess deaths.

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But notably, the BHF report downplayed the risks posed by the experimental Covid mRNA shots.

Despite multiple studies suggesting otherwise, the report claims myocarditis cases have been “rare.”

“COVID-19 vaccine-associated myocarditis has been rare, more common in young men after a second vaccine dose, and fortunately shows a favorable clinical course in the vast majority of those affected,” the study claimed.

“The benefits of receiving COVID-19 vaccines in reducing severe outcomes from COVID-19 infection in people living with cardiovascular disease greatly outweigh the risk of extremely rare side effects,” it stated.

READ MORE: Top Canadian Official Apologizes to Unvaxxed: ‘We Were Wrong’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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