CMI: Mortality rates near pre-pandemic levels

The latest findings from the Continuous Mortality Investigation

Hope William-Smith
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CMI: Mortality rates near pre-pandemic levels

The UK is creeping back toward expected pre-pandemic mortality levels after a 30-week run of excess mortality, according to the Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI).

Figures from the CMI's mortality monitor - which has tracked mortality analysis on a weekly basis throughout the pandemic - show that while Covid has contributed to a significant number of deaths, ...

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