Minnesota: Places Of Death
Just The Charts
This morning I received an email from someone who suffers the delusion that the US excess mortality of 2021 and 2022 could be explained by an “epidemic of sudden deaths”.
I decided to create a few charts to establish that while these sudden deaths have apparently become more frequent, they do not nearly explain the millions of excess deaths we see across the USA.
I am going to to leave all the thinking to you and will only display 2x6 charts representing weekly excess deaths and weekly excess mortality respectively for two age groups each, based on Minnesota death certificates of the years 2015 through 2018.
Each chart displays
either weekly relative excess mortality
or weekly absolute excess deaths,
contains two line graphs representing
deaths of individuals 65 and older
deaths of individuals under 65
and features only deaths occurring in one of 6 types of locations:
Hospital Care (inpatients of hospitals)
Emergency Room (either dead on arrival or emergency room)
Home (either the decedent’s home or a relative’s home)
Other (any other location, mostly outdoors)
The situation is far more complex than some people would like you to believe. Don’t trust analysts who are cashing in on the situation by publishing books with sensationalist titles - not even if they’ve worked for Blackrock.
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