"Nationwide Surge In Deaths Among People Aged 18-49: A State by State Overview"
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The age group highlighted in this article, seem to be having a rather marked increase in fatal illnesses or very life-threatening ones, if not fatal in the end. And these do not include in the calculation, the tendencies towards doing the "Hey watch this"---with, soon after an "Oh Sugar!"---following with some degree of disaster---suddenly becoming a trip to the ER, sort of thingies.

It would be interesting to find the cause, last year no one seemed to have died from, or even contracted one of the common (H1N1, et al) flu viruses. Some have noted old flues making a resurgence, which is odd, because usually the herd has an acquired immunity to past bugs, as it were. Epidemiology and Public Health ain't what they used to be after the 'reset' of medicine and definitions of viruses, everything is screwy.

Interesting article this:

Article Wrote:theepochtimes.com

EXCLUSIVE: Nationwide Surge In Deaths Among People Aged 18-49: A State by State Overview
Petr Svab


Highest state sees 65 percent increase in prime-age mortality, only 36 percent attributed to COVID-19

Deaths among people aged 18 to 49 increased more than 40 percent in the 12 months ending October 2021 compared to the same period in 2018–2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an analysis of death certificate data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) by The Epoch Times.

The agency doesn’t yet have full 2021 numbers, as death certificate data trickles in with a lag of one to eight weeks or more.

The increase was notable across the country and in no state was COVID reported in more than 60 percent of the excess deaths. Some states experienced much steeper hikes than others.

Nevada was the worst with a 65 percent prime-age mortality surge of which only 36 percent was attributed to COVID. Texas was second with a 61 percent jump of which 58 percent was attributed to COVID. Arizona and Tennessee recorded 57 percent increases with 37 percent and 33 percent attributed to COVID respectively. Not far behind was California at 55 percent and 42 percent attributed to COVID as well as New Mexico (52 percent, 33 percent), Florida (51 percent, 48 percent), and Louisiana (51 percent, 32 percent).

On the other side of the spectrum was New Hampshire with no mortality increase and no COVID deaths in this age group and Delaware with a 10 percent mortality increase, zero attributed to COVID. Massachusetts had only a 13 percent spike with 24 percent of it attributed to COVID and Maryland had a 16 percent jump, 42 percent attributed to COVID. Close behind were Connecticut, Hawaii, and New Jersey with 17 percent increases (23 percent, 45 percent, 58 percent attributed to COVID respectively).

CDC data on the exact causes of those excess deaths aren’t yet available for 2021, aside from those involving COVID, pneumonia, and influenza. There were close to 6,000 excess pneumonia deaths that didn’t involve COVID-19 in the 18–49 age group in the 12 months ending October 2021. Influenza was only involved in 50 deaths in this age group, down from 550 in the same period pre-pandemic. The flu death count didn’t exclude those that also involved COVID or pneumonia, the CDC noted.

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Medics wait to transport a woman with possible Covid-19 symptoms to the hospital in Austin, Texas, on Aug. 07, 2020. (John Moore/Getty Images)

It’s not clear why the mortality spike seemed to exhibit a geographical trend. Overall, a part of the surge could be likely blamed on drug overdoses, which increased to more than 101,000 in the 12 months ending June 2021 from about 72,000 in 2019, the CDC estimated. About two-thirds of those deaths involved synthetic opioids including fentanyl that are often smuggled to the United States from China through Mexico.

For those ages 50 to 84, mortality went up more than 27 percent, representing more than 470,000 excess deaths. Almost four out of five of the deaths had COVID marked on the death certificate as the cause or a contributing factor.

For those 85 or older, mortality increased about 12 percent with more than 100,000 excess deaths. With more than 130,000 COVID-related deaths in this group, the data indicates that these seniors were less likely to die of a non-COVID-related cause from November 2020 to October 2021 than during the same period of 2018–2019.

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Health care workers tend to a patient in Apple Valley, California, on Jan. 11, 2021. (ARIANA DREHSLER/AFP via Getty Images)

Comparing 2020 to 2019, mortality increased some 24 percent for those 18–49, with less than a third of those excess deaths involving COVID. For those 50–84, it increased less than 20 percent, with over 70 percent of that involving COVID. For those even older, mortality jumped about 16 percent, with nearly 90 percent of that involving COVID.

For those under 18, mortality decreased about 0.4 percent in 2020 compared to 2019. In the 12 months ending October 2021, it fell some 3.3 percent compared to the same period in 2018–2019.

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Petr Svab is a reporter covering New York. Previously, he covered national topics including politics, economy, education, and law enforcement.
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I’m sure it’s all due to natural causes.


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(01-12-2022, 11:24 PM)SacraCor714 Wrote: I’m sure it’s all due to natural causes.
Hey....wait.  just.  a.  minute.  You said in another thread, the one about the increase in deaths reported by the insurance co. in Indiana, that it's due to ClImAtE cHaNGe!  And we all know who's responsible for that!  C'mon man, er...woman...make up yer mind!
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I just noticed this in the article, that picture taken in an Apple Valley hospital. There is only one hospital in that town and it is a bedroom community for Victorville, Calif. which was where George AFB was once located. I worked at that Apple Valley hospital in 1974 after being Honorably Discharged from Active Duty and had to work while I awaited my dear wife's discharge. What a coinkydink.
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Hey Zedta,
what a coinkydink, indeed. My family lived in Apple Valley (Iroquois Avenue (IIRC)) 68-69, when Dad was stationed at George AFB. Used to go walking in the mountains after Mass.
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(01-14-2022, 04:46 PM)dahveed Wrote: Hey Zedta,
what a coinkydink, indeed. My family lived in Apple Valley (Iroquois Avenue (IIRC)) 68-69, when Dad was stationed at George AFB. Used to go walking in the mountains after Mass.
Wow, that's the fourth person I've had some acquaintance with who was also stationed there. My wife and I lived up on Tonaki Rd, just up the hill from the Roy Roger Museum. I met my wife at GAFB. I was there from Aug '70 to June '74.
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