Why Coronavirus Death Rates Don’t Fall as Quickly As They Rose
by Danny Dorling
Coronavirus deaths shocked us with how rapidly they rose from a base of none at the start of the year, to many thousands within the space of mere weeks. At the peak for England and Wales on April 8, more than 1,300 people died in a single day (as revealed later when all death registrations were reported).
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