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Spiegelhalter says majority of Covid deaths would not have occurred in coming year

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© University of Cambridge Sir David Spiegelhalter, an influential British statistician, has revised down his estimates of the proportion of people dying from Covid-19 who would have died in the coming year anyway, suggesting that figure is probably somewhere between 5 and 15 per cent. This flies in the face of one of the key ...

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