Last week the Department of Statistics Singapore published data on number of deaths and death rates for 2022, the second year after the rollout of the covid “vaccine.” The data shows a 10.4% increase in the number of deaths during 2022 compared to 2021. And comparing the number of deaths in 2022 to the pre-pandemic year of 2019 there was a staggering 26% increase.
In Singapore, the mass covid injection campaign began on 30 December 2020. The year of the vaccine, 2021, was already the highest death rate since records began 61 years earlier. Now 2022 has broken that record and is the highest death rate in 62 years.
Additionally, 2022 recorded the highest number of perinatal deaths in 20 years. The perinatal mortality rate increased by 58.6% compared to 2021 and 84% compared to 2019. Perinatal Death is “stillbirth and death of babies under seven days of age”.
In the graph below as downloaded from the Department of Statistics Singapore, the blue line is the crude death rate and the red line is the perinatal mortality rate for the years 1960 to 2022.