England had the highest levels of excess deaths of any country in Europe over the first half of 2020, the Office of National Statistics has reported whilst Spain had the highest peak rate
The ONS report said: “While England did not have the highest peak mortality, it did have the longest continuous period of excess mortality of any country compared, resulting in England having the highest levels of excess mortality in Europe for the period as a whole.”
Expats in Spain commented today on the revelations of the released figures and how they feel Prime Minister Boris Johnson got it all wrong.
Annis Abraham based in Spain’s Mallorca has been a large vocalist of the handling of the pandemic by Britain, compared to Spain.
“Spain got caught on the hop but reacted quickly with strict regulations during the State Of Emergency and a hard lockdown although Boris Johnson saw what was happening, he didn’t react quickly enough or harder enough, these figures clearly demonstrate that I rest my case about everything I have said in the past on my website
“Yes I have been vocal, but this proves I was correct in everything that I said, Johnson and his cronies had plenty of warning”
“There could have been far fewer deaths if Johnson hadn’t bungled it,” he said. “I called it right”
Meanwhile, Adam Brown living in Spain’s Marbella, who recently withdrew his support of Boris Johnson when he said:
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