Massachusetts Senior Citizen Pandemic of Fatal Fractures in 2021-2022
It was so bad that even the nursing home residents got in on the action in 2022 despite being wiped out in 2021
I recently wrote about a marked increase in deaths involving various non-vehicular physical traumas in the state of Nevada beginning in 2021:
This is really a continuation of that article, looking at Massachusetts for similar patterns of physical trauma mortality.
Because boy oh boy is there a “there” there.
The following chart shows the number of Massachusetts deaths, Ages 65+, where the word “fracture” appears in at least one CoD on the death certificate:
We could end this article right here and that would suffice.
Yet when we drill down, the trend looks even more damming of the ‘official narrative’ and the public health regime’s callous disregard of actual public health crises.
The timing of the fracture deaths both excludes covid as a plausible cause, and strongly indicates a certain ‘something’ that was introduced at the beginning of 2021:
(Top chart shows 3-week rolling average of the # of fracture deaths / week for the prior three weeks in seniors starting in 2020; bottom chart shows starting in 2015)
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Here’s the top graph with some additions (the numbers correspond with the itemized points below):
(1) No excess fracture deaths in the initial 2020 wave of covid deaths (see bottom graph above where the upswing with initial covid wave is actually lower than the peak in winter of 2019, and after a surprising drop in early 2020, so is likely at best an artifact of "died with" fractures who were killed by covid/covid policies)
(2) From ~Sep 2020 -- end of 2020, the incidence of fracture deaths is a pretty even, stable slightly rising trend, that starts well before winter wave starts & doesn't show any impact from first half of this winter 2020 wave (black lines left of the vertical green line)
(3) At beginning of January 2021, there's a burst of excess that exceeds all prior incidence rates (blue vertical lines on the right of the big green vertical line). Critically, the incidence of fracture deaths is still going up even as the covid wave is going down (middle blue vertical line), and then initially shows only a slight decrease compared to the far more pronounced drop off in covid deaths.
(4) You can also see a mandate/booster bump (green circle) in Q3 2021 that is not related to covid at all, but which is an almost perfect correlation to a certain mass administration event.
(5) Finally, the roller coaster of excess starting around the middle of 2022 has no relation to covid deaths.
Rates of fracture deaths per 100K
Since the Census Bureau provides publicly available data of population estimates for every age, we can drill down to look at the number of deaths per 100K population (i.e. how many “fracture deaths” occurred for every 100,000 seniors in each year) by age cohort:
The older you get, the worse it gets.
The 80-84 cohort in particular is shocking, with the rate of fracture deaths per 100K 80-84 year old’s nearly doubling from 2020 (55) to 2022 (98)!
Also worth noting is that the “younger” seniors have negligible impact in 2021, but significant excess in 2022.
Nursing Home / Assisted Living Residents vs Non-NH/AL Residents
For seniors who did not reside in Nursing Homes (according to the death certificates at least), the excess fracture deaths began in 2021, and escalated even more in 2022:
For the nursing home resident seniors, however, 2021 did not show nominal excess, but 2022 definitely did:
It is important to note that these topline numbers for NH residents are probably misleading, because so many were killed in 2020 that there were far fewer remaining “available” to die, so 2021 may represent excess fracture deaths as well.
I suspect that this is the reason for the superficial lack of excess fracture deaths specifically in NH residents.
Interestingly, when it comes to death with both the words “fracture” AND “femur” in a CoD, there is dramatic excess death in 2022, but none in 2021 or 2020:
This holds true for both the NH (top) & non-NH (bottom) populations:
The military’s DMED database also seems to track with what we’re seeing in various US states, where there is a monumental increase in trips and falls leading to injury in the US military: