After much digging I found the site and lo and behold no Mortality stats for 2020 – Mick Raven
Jun 4 2021
Comparing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic between countries or across time is difficult because the reported numbers of cases and deaths can be strongly affected by testing capacity and reporting policy. Excess mortality, defined as the increase in all-cause mortality relative to the expected mortality, is widely considered as a more objective indicator of the COVID-19 death toll. However, there has been no global, frequently-updated repository of the all-cause mortality data across countries.
In conclusion, the COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the great importance of reliable and up-to-date all-cause mortality data. Just as countries around the world collect and regularly report estimates of economic output such as the gross domestic product (GDP), and just as they have been reporting COVID-19 mortality, they should be reporting all-cause mortality into a comprehensive multi-national repository