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Vast Majority Of People Dying From COVID-19 In England & Wales Had Underlying Health Problems


“Data from the UK’s Office for National Statistics (ONS) show that the vast majority of people dying from COVID-19 in England and Wales have had underlying health problems. Of 152,872 deaths recorded within 28 days of a positive test since the start of the pandemic, only 17,371 were attributed solely to the coronavirus.” [Source:]


Published following the submission of a freedom of information request, these UK ONS statistics also reveal that, of the 17,371 deaths in England and Wales attributed solely to the coronavirus, just 3,774 occurred in people aged under 65. In other words, more than 97 percent of the 152,872 recorded deaths were in people who either already had underlying health problems or who were aged over 65. Moreover, during 2021 the average age of death due to COVID-19 in England and Wales was 82.5. This means that the average age of death from COVID-19 was higher than the UK’s current life expectancy.

Given the revealing picture they paint regarding the risk of death from the coronavirus, it is notable that these UK ONS statistics have essentially been almost completely ignored by the mainstream media. Clearly, the failure to present such statistics only further undermines public trust in ‘official’ news reporting.

None of the above should be taken as suggesting that the coronavirus isn’t dangerous, however. The virus is dangerous, but only to people with weakened immune systems. Improving the strength and functioning of our immune systems through the use of science-based nutritional and Cellular Medicine approaches is therefore one of the most important things we can do to help protect ourselves against COVID-19.

To read more on the subject of COVID-19 mortality statistics, see this article on our website.