COVID-19 pandemic cut life expectancy by most since World War Two –studyHealthcare & Pharmaceuticals · September 26, 2021 · 11:23 PM UTC
The COVID-19 pandemic reduced life expectancy in 2020 by the largest amount since World War Two, according to a study published on Monday by Oxford University, with the life expectancy of American men dropping by more than two years.
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