Covid-19: Why the government’s death statistics for Cornwall will get closer attention than usual

Posted By on 26th March 2020

By Graham Smith Official government statistics suggest that there is, so far, no evidence that the Covid-19 Coronavirus crisis has contributed to a higher-than-usual death rate in Cornwall. The Office…

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  1. Interesting.
    I contracted, supposedly, influenza last December which appeared to reoccur in January before finally clearing from me, leaving me quite lethargic. I am not normally susceptible to such viruses. When I have excused my tardiness of work to clients, I have learned that quite a few of them have had similar experiences during the same period. Was this really common influenza? I will not know until a self-test for C19 is available to the general public and even then it will not prove what I contracted in December.

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