Alberta's death rate surges with COVID-19 vaccines
According to recent data on Alberta's leading causes of death, the 2021 mortality rate will rise due to "ill-defined and unknown causes."
The data, released by Service Alberta on June 30, ranks the top 30 causes of death in the province last year and this has happened alongside the implementation of so-called COVID-19 "vaccines".
For the first time in twenty years, the category of "ill-defined and unknown causes of mortality" was the leading cause of death in 2021, accounting for 3,362 deaths, up from 1,464 in 2020 and 522 the year before.
The category of unknown cause of death was added to the ranking list in 2019, after not being included since 2001.
Dr. Daniel Gregson, an associate professor at the University of Calgary who specialises in infectious diseases and microbiology, told CTV News that the reasons for the emergence of the unknown causes of death category last year are "probably multifactorial."
These factors may include a lack of medical resources to determine the cause of death, delayed access to healthcare services, and post-COVID complications, according to him.
COVID-19 cases are expected to be the third leading cause of death in Alberta in 2021, with 1,950 deaths, up from 1,084 in 2020 when the pandemic began.
Organic dementia was listed as the leading cause of death in Alberta from 2015 to 2020, with chronic ischemic heart disease as the leading cause from 2001 to 2014.
Organic dementia ranked second in 2021, accounting for 2,135 deaths, while chronic ischemic heart disease ranked fourth with 1,939.