“Covid-19 did not cause all cases of excess mortality”

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Doctors see the first analyzes of the data as a wake-up call to watch out for negative side effects of the measures.

SN / AFP

In the past year – since the beginning of the pandemic – there was repeated talk of excess mortality. Excess mortality can provide information about how many people have died from an epidemic disease. Excess mortality occurs when significantly more people die than usual in a certain comparison period.

As reported, the latest data for Austria were recently announced. In the fifth calendar week of 2021 (February 1 to 7), according to preliminary data, 1866 …

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