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No room for complacency even if Covid death rates in Northern Ireland appear to be falling

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Theories abound on why the number of deaths do not seem quite so high despite the number of positive cases detected in Northern Ireland rising sharply in the last few weeks. A nurse at Antrim Area Hospital tests a woman for the virus

Theories abound on why the number of deaths do not seem quite so high despite the number of positive cases detected in Northern Ireland rising sharply in the last few weeks. A nurse at Antrim Area Hospital tests a woman for the virus

Theories abound on why the number of deaths do not seem quite so high despite the number of positive cases detected in Northern Ireland rising sharply in the last few weeks. A nurse at Antrim Area Hospital tests a woman for the virus

Now entrenched in the second wave of the virus that came earlier than many expected, a general perception is growing that Covid-19 isn't quite as deadly as it once was.

Perception is one thing, but what is actually happening may well be something else.

Theories abound on why the number of deaths do not seem quite so high despite the number of positive cases detected in Northern Ireland rising sharply in the last few weeks.


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