They’re having to put bodies on ice in Norway, and they can’t figure out why.
Funeral homes in Norway sound the alarm as they struggle to store all the dead people as a result of Norway’s skyrocketing excess mortality rate. The number of people needing funeral services in Trondheim City, Central Norway, has risen dramatically, according to the local newspaper Dagbladet Trondheim.
Lars Svanholm, the fourth-generation general manager of Trondheim’s largest funeral home, Svanholm & Vigdal Gravferd, has said that the funeral home’s century-long history has never seen anything like the current number of deaths.
“It is a marked increase, and we have not experienced anything like it in four generations,” Lars Svanholm told Dagbladet. Svanholm believes that the funeral home has seen a 30 percent increase in deaths this year compared to last year.
“We have not had such an increase since the company started in 1922,” said Svanholm to local tv.
We don’t KNOW it’s the vaxx… but it’s the vaxx.