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Dementia deaths in Australia fell during Covid-19 pandemic – The Guardian

Early evidence suggests measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus such as Melbourne’s lockdown reduced the chances of other infections

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HealthEarly evidence suggests measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus such as Melbournes lockdown reduced the chances of other infections
The death rate of Australians with dementia fell during the Covid-19 pandemic as measures to contain the spread reduced the risk of other infections as well, a new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare has found.
The report, Dementia deaths during the Covid-19 pandemic in Australia, found the death rate was down during the first 10…

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