Spike in drownings blamed on COVID factors

By Callum Godde
Updated September 7 2021 - 5:40pm, first published 5:31pm
More people swimming at remote locations is among the COVID-related causes of a spike in drownings.

A spike in drowning deaths has been blamed on COVID-related factors as Australians holiday at home and more swim in remote, unpatrolled areas.

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