‘Smaller, older, sicker’ read the headline in last week’s Guardian responding to the Australian government’s 2022 Population statement. It shows an increase in mortality since the roll-out of the Covid vaccines in 2021 has lifted death rates to historic highs and caused a fall in life expectancy.
The impact hasn’t been as ‘large’ as in many developed countries, the authors claim.
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