Australia’s Heart Attack Deaths Skyrocket to Highest Level in 80 Years

The number of excess deaths in Australia is continuing to skyrocket, with the country now recording the highest levels of heart attack-related fatalities in 80 years.

Overall, the number of Australian deaths has gone through the roof and has been soaring over the past two years.

Over 174,000 deaths were registered in Australia last year.

The number is a whopping 12 percent higher than was predicted.

While some of the excess deaths were recorded as either caused by Covid or with Covid, thousands of additional fatalities were not related to the virus in any way.

The data suggests that around 6,600 of the excess deaths were mostly related to heart failure.

Large numbers were also linked to cancer.

According to data from the Actuaries Institute, this spike represents the largest excess heart attack-related fatality levels in 80 years.

Karen Cutter, from the Institute’s COVID-19 mortality working group, said the levels are “not within normal levels of fluctuation in non-pandemic times.”

However, Cutter claims that the Institute believes that the virus played a role in many of the excess deaths – even those that weren’t directly attributed to Covid.

“Firstly, mortality risk is higher subsequent to an acute Covid infection, and most Australians have now had COVID-19,” she told news.com.au.

Previous research has alleged that anyone who’s had Covid is at risk of dying 18 months after infection.

Scientists from China claim that all those who contract the virus have an increased risk of deadly heart issues including heart failure, stroke, atrial fibrillation, myocardial infarction, and heart disease.

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Other studies have claimed to have found Covid increases the risk of developing venous thromboembolism (VTE), which is a condition when a blood clot forms in a vein.

Cutter also claims that people not being access to medical care during the pandemic could have also contributed to the soaring excess deaths.

“People have not accessed medical care when needed, either through inability (in emergency situations) or through fear or lack of opportunity (thus missing routine care earlier in the pandemic),” she said.

“Lastly, some of these deaths could be undiagnosed Covid-19 deaths,” she added.

Cutter also insists that vaccine side effects were not cited as a reason for the increased mortality rates.

However, there have countless cases of myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) following the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines around the world.

As Slay News reported, the state of Florida has now instructed doctors to warn their patients that Covid shots may cause them to suffer a heart attack or other adverse effects.

Florida issued the new guidance for medical professionals last month amid mounting concerns over the negative side effects of the mRNA vaccines.

The new guidance comes as Florida has just raised the alarm over a staggering 1,700 percent increase in reports of adverse events from vaccines since the Covid jab was rolled out, as Slay News reported.

The Florida Department of Health announced that the massive spike was reported despite just a 400% increase in vaccine administration over the same period.

The department has issued a health alert over the alarming data while calling for “unbiased research” into the shots.

Australia is not alone in this phenomenon, with other countries like the UK also battling an unprecedented rise in excess mortality.

The UK recorded nearly 40,000 excess deaths in 2022, according to the Office of National Statistics.

The births and deaths figures, for the year ending December 2022, show there were 38,574 deaths in 2022, 10.4 percent (3642) more than in 2021.

This increase is the biggest jump in excess deaths since the 1918 flu pandemic.

READ MORE: CBS: Soaring Heart Attacks Due to Lack of Masking

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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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