Top Doctor Raises Alarm over ‘Unprecedented Excess Deaths’ of Young People

Esteemed critical care physician Dr. Pierre Kory is raising the alarm after revealing disturbing new data that shows excess deaths among young people are continuing to soar at “unprecedented” levels.

Kory issued the warning during a new interview with British podcaster Russell Brand.

The top doctor was referring to data from insurance actuaries.

As Kory points out in the interview, the data used by insurance companies is the least corrupt information on death rates available as the entire industry revolves around these risk factors.

Actuarial data shows that young people have been dying at “unprecedented” and “historic” rates, Kory explains.

Kory notes that excess deaths started to rise early in 2021 but started to skyrocket in the third quarter of the year.

What’s even more concerning is that the young people who are dying are Group Life Policyholders (employees of Fortune 500 companies).

Kory says these people are “historically the healthiest members of society.”

“And suddenly, they started dying at rates higher than the general U.S. population, particularly young people.”

Kory warns that the rates at which young people are dying have never been seen before.

“The actuarial industry – that’s data that there’s really no incentive to corrupt,” he explains.

“That’s how they make their money.

“So, that’s as accurate as data is possible.

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“They have to know what the death rates are in order to price their products,” Kory notes.

“And they started talking about how they saw unprecedented rates of dying.

“In fact, they said ‘historically unprecedented rates of deaths.’

“They’ve never seen rates of death like this amongst young people.”

He asserts that the spike in excess deaths “started largely in 2021 and particularly in that third quarter.”

Kory goes on to explain that 2021 was the year that Covid mRNA shots were rolled out for public use and widespread vaccine mandates were introduced, forcing people to take the injections.


As Slay News has reported, excess deaths have been skyrocketing since the public Covid vaccine rollout.

However, sudden and exexpected deaths have continued to soar, long after the pandemic is over.

Large numbers of mostly young people are now dying from once-rare fatal conditions such as heart failure, strokes, and blood clots.

Deaths from “unknown causes” have now even become a top killer globally.

Meanwhile, health officials, government leaders, pharmaceutical companies, and their allies in the ever-obedient corporate media continue to deny the issue.

This denial comes despite mounting evidence that the Covid mRNA shots are behind the soaring death rates.

Yet, the biggest study to date was just published and it directly links the phenomenon to the injections, as Slay News reported.

The major new study documented the outcomes of 99 million people over the past three years after they received Covid mRNA shots.

The peer-reviewed study, published in the world-renowned Vaccines journal, concluded that the injections are responsible for the global surge in sudden deaths and life-threatening illnesses.

The researchers found that staggering numbers of vaccinated people suffered serious complications such as heart failure, blood clots, strokes, brain disorders, and severely weakened immune systems.

Many of those tracked by the study also died suddenly and unexpectedly.

READ MORE – Medical Staff Ordered to Euthanize ‘Covid’ Patients: Leaked Docs

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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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