Monday, 29 June 2020
Covid-19 deaths: Welsh turn-round
In April, I wrote that Wales was doing worse than both Scotland and England in terms of fatalities per head of population. Now expert analysis by a team based in Oxford University has shown that over the 11-week peak of infection, Wales has been safer than all the home nations apart from Northern Ireland. Indeed, Scotland, Ulster and Wales have made the UK's grisly record in handling the Covid-19 emergency look ever-so-slightly better.