O’Looney said many of his colleagues turned off their refrigerators around Christmas because “nobody died. “We started vaccinating here on January 6, and then almost immediately the number of deaths went through the roof. I have never experienced such a high mortality rate in 15 years as a funeral director.”
He posted this message on YouTube under a video about corona. It was liked over 300 times after which his YouTube account was deleted without warning for allegedly violating policy.
At the beginning of the “corona pandemic,” O’Looney, who lives in Milton Keynes, made headlines when he warned that bodies might remain in hospitals because next of kin could not afford a funeral or cremation due to the lockdown.
He told the BBC that all the focus was on increasing cooling capacity in mortuaries while no consideration was given to people who could not arrange a funeral due to financial difficulties.