It’s been a crazy time since March 2020. I’m trying to look for some positives to come out of this mess.
Are we expecting a supply of housing to come on stream higher than normal due to the deaths from Covid-19? Or is this only slighty higher than the average deaths for over 80s from old age, winter flue, etc.?
Looking at the stats, latest is up to 8 May 2021 due to the ongoing HSE IT attack
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|Characteristics||Number of Deaths||Percentage|
|Age Median Age (Years)||83|
|Mean Age (Years)||81|
|Age range (Years)||0-105|
|Age group||<25 yrs||7||0.14%|