Where's the Proof of the First Omicron Death?


More government propaganda.


So far, the Government has not provided information on whether the deceased was vaccinated, if they belonged to a vulnerable demographic, or even if Covid was the leading cause of death. As these details are not front and centre, it is likely that the patient died of unrelated causes and that they merely tested positive Omicron when they were admitted to hospital. The Prime Minister’s Spokesman claimed that the lack of transparency was entirely due to 'patient confidentiality' which at this point few with IQ's running into double figures believe. The timing of the first death, just 24 hours after the government announced an Emergency, appears to be just part of the psychological warfare being waged on the British public.


Even the Mail Online was sceptical interviewing Professor Karol Sikora they wrote:

Experts are demanding answers about the U.K.’s first Omicron fatality, such as the individual’s vaccination status, if they were part of group vulnerable to Covid, and if the virus was the leading cause of death.


Professor of Medicine and Consultant Oncologist Karol Sikora said the Government was not providing the nation with enough information about the death, and that this was causing “unnecessary alarm”. “Were they in hospital for Covid or were they there because they had been run over by a bus?,” he said.


Boris Johnson revealed the U.K.’s first death due to Omicron on a visit to a vaccination clinic in Paddington, west London. He said: “Sadly yes Omicron is producing hospitalisations and sadly at least one patient has been confirmed to have died with Omicron.”


Johnson did not reveal the age of the person who died, or if they had underlying health conditions, which made them vulnerable, or whether Omicron was the leading cause of their death or a secondary factor.


The death in the U.K. is thought to be the first confirmed Omicron fatality in the world.

However, given the variant makes up almost every case in South Africa it is likely that the vast majority of fatalities there are due to the mutant strain but a lack of testing means these are not picked up.


Health bosses today also revealed that 10 Britons have already been hospitalised with Omicron. But the U.K. Health Security Agency (UKHSA), which confirmed all were aged between 18-85 years-old and that most had received two doses of Covid vaccines, refused to say if any had already had a booster.


UKHSA however did reveal that the individual who died of Omicron was diagnosed in hospital. Sikora said the Government should release more details about the death to put people’s minds at ease.


“Have they had a booster? Are they elderly?,” he said.