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ONS analysis shows how widespread Covid-19 was in UK

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ONS analysis shows how widespread Covid-19 was in UK

ONS analysis shows how widespread Covid-19 was in UK

Analysis of excess mortality data in the UK and Europe suggests that the Covid-19 outbreak was more widespread in the UK than other countries in Europe, which saw more localised outbreaks.

Report by Etemadil.

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