CMI: Sixth successive week of deaths below 2019 levels

Hope William-Smith
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The latest update from the Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI) for week 30 of 2020 shows a sixth successive week of recovering death rates amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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The latest update from the Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI) for week 30 of 2020 shows a sixth successive week of recovering death rates amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The latest update from the Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI) for week 30 of 2020 shows a sixth successive week of recovering death rates amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The CMI's mortality monitor analyses provisional English and Welsh death data published by the Office for National Statistics comparing 2020 with 2019. Week 30 (18 to 24 July) saw 4% less deaths registered...

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