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FAT FACES FAKE NEWS SERVICE FOUND OUT -ONS: Coronavirus deaths are 41 percent higher

 

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The ONS is the executive office of the UK Statistics Authority and it reports directly to both houses of Parliament

As doubts continue to mount over the UK’s official coronavirus casualty rate, the Office for National Statistics has dramatically entered the fray to effectively validated the worst fears of government critics.

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Tuesday, 21 April 2020 3:22 PM  [ Last Update: Tuesday, 21 April 2020 3:22 PM ]

The ONS, which is a non-ministerial department reporting directly to the House of Commons and the House of Lords, claims the total number of COVID-19 related deaths in England and Wales is a staggering 41 percent higher than the official death toll.

According to the newly-released ONS report, 13,121 coronavirus-related deaths occurred in England and Wales up to April 10, which is 41 percent higher than the 9,288 people who died in British hospitals up to April 10, as reported by the Department of Health.  

There has been mounting concern about the credibility of the UK’s official coronavirus-related deaths, not least because the government is only counting hospital deaths.

According to some reports “thousands” of people are dying of COVID-19 in British care homes and the wider community, and there is concern that not all of these deaths will be properly accounted for, even once the pandemic subsides.

In terms of public notification, the Department of Health provides a daily update of coronavirus deaths which only includes people who died of COVID-19 in hospitals.

Fatality counts for care homes and the wider community covering England and Wales are published separately on a weekly basis by the ONS.

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