The Death Toll in Japan will Reach a Record High Through August 2022

On October 25th, the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare of Japan made a statement regarding the nation’s population in August. The Japanese media reported the fatalities number as of August exceeded the year 2021, making it the highest number of fatalities after the post-war year.

The graphic issued by the Ministry of Health and Labour itself and the media both shows that there will be more deaths per month in 2022 than in 2021. In February and March, there was a significant increase. Since the data was made public in 1947, following World War II, in descending order of the increase in the number of deaths. all the years with a rise in the number of deaths compared with the previous year, the biggest increase occurred in 2021, hitting 67,054, it surpassed the second position in 2011, the year of the Great East Japan Earthquake, with a difference of 10,000 people. The number of deaths has increased by 71,460 as of August 2022, exceeding the previous record set in 2021.

It is remarkable that while there was no natural disaster comparable to the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2021, the year the CCP virus vaccine was introduced, it was greater in 2011. And 2021, which came in the first place, was quickly exceeded by 2022, which likewise had no major natural disasters. The Ministry of Health and Labour’s statistics show that the number of deaths brought on by the CCP virus has only increased by 6,000 at most, indicating that it is not to blame for the deaths of more than 10,000 of the 17,000 persons whose numbers drastically climbed in August.

The most tragic aspect is that, for some reason, traditional media are unwilling to disclose that the number of fatalities spiked once more in August. As a result, we can only urge politicians in Japan to closely investigate the causes of the sharp rise in deaths in February, March, and August to stop the sharp rise from continuing.

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