Notes: Not all locations are shown. This analysis uses deaths registered in each year. There is a delay between a death occurring and it being registered, with certain causes (such as external causes) taking much longer to be registered, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information, see the About this article section."
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Tuesday, 11 May 2021
text from source site "Percentage of excess deaths registered in 2020 by underlying cause and percentage of excess deaths occurring in private homes, England and Wales, compared with the average for 2015 to 2019.
Monday, 10 May 2021
text from source "Deaths from all causes by place of death, England and Wales, deaths registered in 2020 and average for 2015 to 2019"
Sunday, 9 May 2021
Saturday, 8 May 2021
text from source site "Causes of death, ranked by their deviation from the 2015 to 2019 average, England and Wales, deaths registered in 2020.
Notes: This chart shows the top and bottom 10 causes of death in terms of their z-score. A z-score of more than 1.96 means the cause was significantly higher in 2020 than in the five-year average, a z-score of less than -1.96 means the cause was significantly lower in 2020 than the five-year average. Other z-scores mean the cause was not statistically significantly different in 2020 than in the five-year average."
Friday, 7 May 2021
Thursday, 6 May 2021
3min 33sec @thinkwithgoogle clip - 8 top #advertisers explain what the #streaming boom means for the industry
text from source site "As more and more viewers make the move from linear TV to streaming platforms, agencies and advertisers have had to transform their approaches to everything, from media planning to connecting with audiences. Here’s a look at how top industry leaders are making the most of streaming trends."