Almost three times as many under 60s died in road crashes last year as those without health conditions killed by coronavirus, NHS data shows.
Just 388 people under the age of 60 with no underlying health conditions have died of coronavirus in England, NHS data has revealed.
The figures show that only 0.8 per cent of all deaths from coronavirus between April 2 and December 23 came from this group of the population.
In the same time 45,770 people had died with underlying health conditions, while 1,979 were viewed as healthy.
Policy didn’t particularly follow this information though, did it?