In the past, coronavirus (COVID-19) has been linked to a large number of deaths.
But a new study suggests the reason for the increase in deaths from COVID-18 is the lack of awareness.
The researchers found that a greater number of people are more likely to report the death of a close relative in the first days after infection, suggesting that they were being more open about their deaths.
The researchers analysed data from a national survey of people aged over 50 in the UK, the US, and Australia.
They looked at deaths from coronaviral diseases and the death toll from coronavectitis (CVD), the disease caused by COVID.
“One of the most commonly reported reasons for death from COVD is that the individual died from COV-19, so there was a tendency for people to be more open to the idea that COVID had caused death,” lead author Professor Michael Brown told New Scientist.
“We wanted to understand why that was the case, and what might be going on in terms of people not being as open to that idea.”
Professor Brown said the study was important because it confirmed that the rise in COVID deaths in the past year was not caused by the virus, but was instead due to a rise in awareness of the disease.
“It is a bit of a surprise because, historically, the majority of people have been very open about the COVID pandemic,” he said.
“I think that’s a very important finding, as it shows the public has really started to get more and more aware of the risk of the coronaviruses.”
This is something that’s been going on for some time and we are starting to see an increase in awareness and public awareness of this pandemic.
“Prof Brown said that in the future, it would be important for coronavirents to have more data to help them understand the nature of their own deaths.”
Our study shows that we are seeing a greater trend for people reporting that they died of COVID, so we think that that is likely to be an important aspect of the overall rise in deaths,” he told New Sci.”
However, it is not all bad news, as COVID will likely improve in the next year or two.
“The study was published in the journal PLoS One.