USA Preview: Ethnic cleansing
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The charts are based on public use death certificate datasets 2018-2021.
June 30, 2021
CDC’s National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program reports that the total number of cancer screenings decreased by an average of 87% for breast cancer and 84% for cervical cancer during early 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, putting individuals at risk for delayed diagnoses and poorer health outcomes. Access to medical care among racial and ethnic minority groups and people with lower incomes declined the most during this period: breast cancer screenings declined 98% among American Indian and Alaskan Native women.
July 6, 2021
American Indian and Alaska Natives had some of the highest rates of hospitalization and death in the U.S. early in the pandemic, but American Indian and Alaskan Native vaccination campaigns are succeeding: CDC’s COVID-19 data tracker shows that American Indians and Alaskan Natives have the highest COVID-19 vaccination rate of any racial or ethnic group in the U.S.
May 10, 2022
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a 35% increase in the firearm homicide rate, resulting in the highest firearm homicide rate in more than 25 years. Firearm homicide rates are the highest among males, adolescents, young adults, and non-Hispanic Black and non-Hispanic American Indian and Alaska Native people. Rates of firearm suicide remained high, increasing most notably among American Indian and Alaska Native males ages 10–44, and are highest in rural areas.
A Norwegian preprint study on excess mortality in 31 European countries shows a statistical association between increased vaccination coverage and increased excess mortality. Every one percent increase in vaccination coverage in the population increased mortality by just over 0.1% (0.105%) for every single month in the first 9 months of 2022. The numbers say it all.
I have read about bioweapons designed to harm certain ethnicities more than others, however, in the US there are other differences in ethnicities aside from genetics. An obvious difference is that most non-white ethnicities tend to live in urban areas, and the early COVID outbreaks seemed to be in those areas.
It would be interesting if the UK infection surveys distinguish between ethnicities. If the virus was actually more lethal for certain ethnicities then infection fatality rates might show that.