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2 hours ago, Blupanther said:

Oh look see, what do we have here at Heathrow ... 

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HSBC.

Hong Kong & Shanghai.

Surprise, surprise.

Not.

 

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The Archbishop of Canterbury will be taking a 3 month break starting in may 2021 for 'spiritual renewal'.

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New corona report: Sweden is the worst

Sweden has been the worst country when it comes to reducing the spread of infection according to the OECD's latest report.

- I think it is great that the material has been produced, then a continued discussion is needed about what it really means, says Anders Tegnell to the journalist Emanuel Karlsten who reviewed the report.

The Swedish people have been the worst at isolating themselves during the pandemic. Sweden is also the worst at handling corona on a number of other points. It writes the journalist  Emanuel Karlsten , who reviewed the OECD 's latest report on developments in the 35 member countries.

According to the organization's statistics, Sweden stands out on several points for its handling of the pandemic this spring - and it is not in a good way.

Sweden has, among other things, been the worst at reducing the r-number, ie the figure that indicates how many people a corona-infected person is expected to pass on the infection to. While it took Malta, which was the best, eleven days to bring the r number down to below 1, it took 58 days for Sweden.

During the spring, Sweden also had problems reducing the number of new admissions to intensive care. While France and the Netherlands reduced the number in four weeks, it took eleven weeks for Sweden to reach the same level, according to the OECD.

The Swedes have also been the worst at limiting their mobility, which can be explained by the fact that we have not had as strict closures with curfews and the like as in other parts of the world.

Tegnell admits a mistake in the strategy

Emanuel Karlsten  has interviewed state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell about the report. He points out that many times before , it is difficult to compare countries because they have different conditions and curves, for example, the spread of infection has a different context.

- I think it is great that the data has been produced and then a continued discussion is needed about what it really means. That you quickly get down to below R1, for example. The one who tests less gets faster results than the one who tests a lot, says Tegnell to Karlsten.

When he is asked if the report points out something that "is wrong with the Swedish strategy", he says yes.

- The high mortality rate in our nursing homes. There they wished we then knew what we know today. And one would again like to think about why our decline is slower, how to look at that balance. Because it has gone slowly downwards, but it has also moved slowly upwards, says Tegnell.

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22 hours ago, racers and royals said:

Hospital figures above add up to 391 yet the All UK figures reported today is 341- so i don`t know why these figures are skewed like this.

UK Gov have admitted that due to a cock-up 141 deaths were missed yesterday- which have been included in today`s figure.

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1 hour ago, racers and royals said:

Today’s UK Hospital Covid 19 reported deaths

England   222   38091

Scotland  7   (3503)

Wales  11   (2376)

NI  10 (933)

All UK Covid 19 deaths reported today- Hospital 250 other 148 total 398

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last 25  weeks DAILY 7 DAY AVE all UK HOSPITAL  Covid 19 reported deaths( taken from the daily figures i quote)

W/E June 7th   134  

W/E June 14th   87 

W/E June 21st  64 

W/E June 28th  54 

W/E July 5th   39 

W/E July 12th  29 

W/E July 19th  18 

W/E July 26th  15 

W/E August 2nd  12 

W/E August 9th  11 

W/E August 16th  8 

W/E August 23rd   6 

W/E August 30th  8 

W/E September 6th 9 

W/E September 13th 9

W/E September 20th 15

W/E September 27th  26

W/E October 4th  43  other 9 total 52

W/E October 11th 58 other 10 total 68

W/E October 18th 82  other  35 total 117

W/E October 25th 149   other  30  total  179

W/E November 1st 214  other 46 total 260

W/E November 8th 272 other  60    total 332

W/E November 15th 331 other   80    total   413

W/E November 22nd  355  other   87       total  442

 

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1 hour ago, iris123 said:

New corona report: Sweden is the worst

Sweden has been the worst country when it comes to reducing the spread of infection according to the OECD's latest report.

- I think it is great that the material has been produced, then a continued discussion is needed about what it really means, says Anders Tegnell to the journalist Emanuel Karlsten who reviewed the report.

The Swedish people have been the worst at isolating themselves during the pandemic. Sweden is also the worst at handling corona on a number of other points. It writes the journalist  Emanuel Karlsten , who reviewed the OECD 's latest report on developments in the 35 member countries.

According to the organization's statistics, Sweden stands out on several points for its handling of the pandemic this spring - and it is not in a good way.

Sweden has, among other things, been the worst at reducing the r-number, ie the figure that indicates how many people a corona-infected person is expected to pass on the infection to. While it took Malta, which was the best, eleven days to bring the r number down to below 1, it took 58 days for Sweden.

During the spring, Sweden also had problems reducing the number of new admissions to intensive care. While France and the Netherlands reduced the number in four weeks, it took eleven weeks for Sweden to reach the same level, according to the OECD.

The Swedes have also been the worst at limiting their mobility, which can be explained by the fact that we have not had as strict closures with curfews and the like as in other parts of the world.

Tegnell admits a mistake in the strategy

Emanuel Karlsten  has interviewed state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell about the report. He points out that many times before , it is difficult to compare countries because they have different conditions and curves, for example, the spread of infection has a different context.

- I think it is great that the data has been produced and then a continued discussion is needed about what it really means. That you quickly get down to below R1, for example. The one who tests less gets faster results than the one who tests a lot, says Tegnell to Karlsten.

When he is asked if the report points out something that "is wrong with the Swedish strategy", he says yes.

- The high mortality rate in our nursing homes. There they wished we then knew what we know today. And one would again like to think about why our decline is slower, how to look at that balance. Because it has gone slowly downwards, but it has also moved slowly upwards, says Tegnell.

 

Well Well Well. And then there are some that say there is no proof that Lockdown works. :approve:

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6 minutes ago, Crumpet80 said:

Lisa makes a good point.

 

It is a good point. You can't argue with it, and I am not sure anyone is. Look at R&R's stats and the deaths only started rising again in October. It is November that it really gained steam and therefore I guess the effort to stop it in its tracks. The thing is the government can and will say without that effort the figures would be even worse. Whereas the other years there was no real effort other than to urge people to get a flu vaccination

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4 hours ago, Wolfsbane said:

The Archbishop of Canterbury will be taking a 3 month break starting in may 2021 for 'spiritual renewal'.

;)

Does that mean he is restocking his collection of single malt whiskeys ?
Sounds very sensible to me :)

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Are mass power cuts the next level of scam on humanity ?? Under the disguise of a cyber attack 

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12 minutes ago, THE DEAN MACHINE said:

Are mass power cuts the next level of scam on humanity ?? Under the disguise of a cyber attack 

So you don't believe cyber attacks exist ?

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2 minutes ago, iris123 said:

So you don't believe cyber attacks exist ?

He never said that, he never implied that, just fishing for another argument as usual...:rolleyes:

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25 minutes ago, THE DEAN MACHINE said:

Are mass power cuts the next level of scam on humanity ?? Under the disguise of a cyber attack 

French Frogland has already hinted at that.

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