Health departments in different states shared they are looking at the cause of the surge in the mortality rate among the people from 18 to 49. Most of the deaths aren’t linked to the C-19.
Deaths among this group have risen by more than 40% in the past year. The agency still has to fill the 2021 figures, as death certificate data has a lab of up to 8 weeks and more.
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The surge was different from state to state, and the most dramatic place was the South, Midwest, and the West Coast.
PH authorities with some of the largest increases examine this problem.
Texas mortality rate from 18 to 49 has risen by 61%, and that’s the second-highest increase.
“Our Center of Health Statistics is looking at the data,” said Chris Van Deusen, the head of Media Relations at the Texas Department of State Health Services, via email. “We’ll get back to you.”
Florida faced an increase of 51%, and 48% were attributed to C-19.
“I am looking into it to see if there is some sort of correlation/causation,” said Jeremy Redfern, spokesman for the Florida Department of Health, via email.
Nevada faced the highest increment of 65%. Only 35% were attributed to the virus.
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Robert Mayfield, the DCA’s health authority’s spokesman, said that there is a lack of expertise to analyze the problem.
“OCME does not currently have an epidemiologist (the position is being advertised), so it has no present ability to analyze the data,” said the office’s spokesman Rodney Adams via email.
AZ had a 57% mortality rate increase, and 37% was attributed to the virus.
AZ DHS couldn’t respond to the questions about this issue because their data wasn’t finalized.
However, the mortality rate is milder in the northeast. For example, New Hampshire didn’t mark an increase, Massachusetts had only a 13% increase, and New York had a 29% increase.
“CDC data on the causes of those excess deaths aren’t yet available for 2021, aside from those involving COVID-19, pneumonia, and influenza. There were close to 6,000 excess pneumonia deaths that didn’t involve COVID-19 in the 18 to 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-19 or pneumonia, the CDC noted.” The Epoch Times reported:
One cause for the surge would be drug overdoses, which were increased by more than 101,000 in the past year. Two-thirds would be for deaths that involved synthetic opioids like fentanyl.
For people 50 to 84 yo the deaths have been increased by 27%. For the people at 85 and older, mortality increased by 125.
“Comparing 2020 to 2019, mortality increased some 24 percent for those aged 18 to 49, with less than a third of those excess deaths involving COVID-19. For those aged 50 to 84, mortality increased less than 20 percent, with over 70 percent of that involving COVID-19. For those even older, mortality jumped about 16 percent, with nearly 90 percent of it involving COVID-19.” The Epoch Times concluded.