No Influenza Deaths in Australia since July 2020? Where Did the Flu Go? – ConspiracyOz

As reported on ConspiracyOz podcast 472 –  ‘No deaths from Influenza in Australia since July 2020’ (gain of Statistics?) – Mick Raven

The ABS in its infinite wisdom, included Influenza and Pneumonia in the same statistics… go figure!

scroll down the death list, look for total, example:

‘Influenza and pneumonia total – 4,124 for 2019’ – Mick Raven

Deaths due to Influenza, Australia, 2016 Australian Bureau of Statistics

Deaths due to Influenza, Australia, 2017 Australian Bureau of Statistics – Deaths from Influenza (only) in 2017 was 1255

SAY WHAT! …HOW MANY DEATHS IN AUSTRALIA FOR THE COVID19 HOAX TO DATE?…….910!

and ….

There has not been a death recorded due to influenza since late July 2020′.

(Provisional Mortality Statistics, Jan 2020 – Jan 2021 Australian Bureau of Statistics)– Mick Raven

Deaths due to Influenza, Australia, 2018 Australian Bureau of Statistics

Deaths due to Influenza, Australia, 2019 Australian Bureau of Statistics

 – Apparently this is the latest release (2019) from the ABS regarding Influenza and Pneumonia – Mick Raven

Provisional Mortality Statistics, Jan 2020 – Jan 2021 Australian Bureau of Statistics

Influenza and pneumonia

Influenza and pneumonia are acute respiratory diseases often grouped together when compiling leading causes of death. They are two distinct diseases: influenza is a viral infection, while pneumonia can be caused by a virus, bacteria or fungi. Influenza is a common cause of pneumonia.

Influenza deaths are highly seasonal and most commonly occur in Australia between the months of May and September. The timing, length and severity of the influenza season varies considerably from year to year. For this reason, influenza deaths have been excluded from the graph below so pneumonia deaths can be tracked separately.

Influenza and pneumonia are a subset of respiratory diseases (J00-J99).

  • There were 131 deaths due to influenza and pneumonia recorded during January 2021. All deaths in this category were assigned to pneumonia. 
  • The average number of deaths recorded over the same period from 2015 to 2019 was 189.

Influenza

  • There has not been a death recorded due to influenza since late July 2020. 

Pneumonia

  • The number of deaths due to pneumonia has been below average since late April 2020.
  • In January 2021, deaths due to pneumonia were 26.0% below the historical average of 177.

COVID-19 Deaths that occurred by August 31 2020 that have been registered and received by the ABS

Australian Influenza Surveillance Report and Activity Updates – 2009 to 2021

GAIN OF STATISTICS!!

 

 

 

Posted on May 23, 2021, in ConspiracyOz Posts. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. And now the BS – Mick Raven

    Major decline in Australian flu deaths in 2018
    https://www.sbs.com.au/news/major-decline-in-australian-flu-deaths-in-2018

    Flu deaths drop in Australia as coronavirus restrictions save hundreds of lives – ABC News
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-07-23/coronavirus-restrictions-cause-flu-cases-to-drop-australia/12480190

    Flu season which struck down 310,000 Australians ‘worst on record’ due to early outbreaks – ABC News
    https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-02-11/early-outbreaks-to-blame-for-worst-flu-season-on-record/11949320

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  2. Just for the Record as of 8th June 2021 – Mick Raven

    Total Deaths in Australia – COVID LIVE
    https://covidlive.com.au/report/deaths

    820 deaths out of 910 just in Victoria?
    job well done ‘Disaster Dan’ Premier of Victoria – Mick Raven

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