Lockdowns imposed in Australia have helped to slow the spread of Covid-19 and also saved the lives of around 400 people who would have died from respiratory illnesses, according to a research paper published on Monday.
The Actuaries Institute has noticed a shortfall when comparing verified deaths to the number expected during the mid-winter months. It believes this was due to a decline in respiratory illnesses, such as pneumonia. (RT)
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