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London_Bus_route_18.jpg?profile=RESIZE_400xMale bus drivers in capital were 3.5 times more likely to die from coronavirus than men in other jobs

Imposing an earlier lockdown in England would have saved lives, according to a report into the high death rate of London bus drivers in the pandemic by a leading expert on health and social inequalities.

Male London bus drivers aged 20 to 65 were 3.5 times more likely to die from Covid-19 between March and May than men in other occupations across England and Wales, says Sir Michael Marmot.


The Guardian


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