Highly relevant to the on-going debate about excess mortality, at least among Covid critics, certainly not the mainstream, are insurance data. When one’s business depends upon accurate information, we can be sure that the insurance companies get it right. In the US the death claims for working adults during summer and autumn were far above expected levels, according to 20 leading US insurance companies. And, according to a report by the Society of Actuaries, which analysed 2.3 million death claims submitted to life insurance firms, death claims for adults aged 35 to 44 were 100 percent higher than expected in July, August, and September 2021. The firms do not draw conclusions about the causes of this excess mortality, but Covid critics are firm in maintaining that the only plausible common cause is the vax. One wonders when the Covid dam will burst, and the truth will flow freely.