England and Wales 'particularly badly affected' by excess mortality

CMI finds England and Wales had ninth highest excess mortality of 24 territories analysed

Holly Roach
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England and Wales 'particularly badly affected' by excess mortality

England and Wales as a territory was ‘particularly badly affected’ in 2020 and 2021 by excess mortality, according to research by the Continuous Mortality Investigation (CMI).

The organisation's analysis of mortality - which looked at 24 international territories - found England and Wales had excess mortality of 26% by the end of 2022 which was the third highest of the 1...

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