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Today’s UK Hospital Covid 19 reported deaths

England  405    46653

Scotland  43  (4326)

Wales  24  (3149)

NI  16  (1219)

total   488   - last Tuesday 332

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Just a reminder of how the testing scam works...

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2 hours ago, racers and royals said:

Today’s UK Hospital Covid 19 reported deaths

England  405    46653

Scotland  43  (4326)

Wales  24  (3149)

NI  16  (1219)

total   488   - last Tuesday 332

All UK Covid 19 deaths reported today- Hospital 488 other 203 total 691

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1 hour ago, racers and royals said:

All UK Covid 19 deaths reported today- Hospital 488 other 203 total 691

Blimey, all coming within three weeks of lockdown.

And yet no mention of this on the BBC News.

Three weeks into lockdown they were at pains to point out that deaths then would have been from infections caught before lockdown.

Now, absolutely no mention of that lag!

Lockdown, the emperor’s new clothes.

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Casedemic scam...

 

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Haven't seen this mentioned here, but just popped up on a German site

We found that the in-hospital mortality for COVID-19 was nearly three-times higher than for seasonal influenza, with an age-standardised mortality ratio of 2·82. In addition, patients with COVID-19 were twice as likely to receive invasive mechanical ventilation, and COVID-19 patients hospitalised in the ICU stayed nearly twice as long as those with influenza. Of note, the 2018–19 period had the highest case-fatality rate for seasonal influenza in France within the past 5 years (12 300 deaths, including 8100 directly attributable to influenza).  Therefore, the excess mortality observed for COVID-19 was not the result of an influenza season that was less severe than usual.
Another potential explanation for the higher mortality of COVID-19 is that the sudden influx of patients over a short period of time created medical structural constraints, and care teams were led to prioritise patients based on clinical status and prognosis. This hypothesis is supported by the lower rate of transfer to ICU in patients older than 80 years with COVID-19, which strongly contrasts with the higher mortality in these same patients.

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21 minutes ago, iris123 said:

Haven't seen this mentioned here, but just popped up on a German site

We found that the in-hospital mortality for COVID-19 was nearly three-times higher than for seasonal influenza, with an age-standardised mortality ratio of 2·82. In addition, patients with COVID-19 were twice as likely to receive invasive mechanical ventilation, and COVID-19 patients hospitalised in the ICU stayed nearly twice as long as those with influenza. Of note, the 2018–19 period had the highest case-fatality rate for seasonal influenza in France within the past 5 years (12 300 deaths, including 8100 directly attributable to influenza).  Therefore, the excess mortality observed for COVID-19 was not the result of an influenza season that was less severe than usual.
Another potential explanation for the higher mortality of COVID-19 is that the sudden influx of patients over a short period of time created medical structural constraints, and care teams were led to prioritise patients based on clinical status and prognosis. This hypothesis is supported by the lower rate of transfer to ICU in patients older than 80 years with COVID-19, which strongly contrasts with the higher mortality in these same patients.

 

A German site quoting an article about France from a British publication.

Covid is only three times more fatal than flu?

And the over 80s weren’t prioritised for ICU treatment?

 

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4 minutes ago, DC2 said:

 

A German site quoting an article about France from a British publication.

Covid is only three times more fatal than flu?

 

Yes. Would have thought one or two British sites might have picked it up. But I guess they have other things going on, what with the new mutation and closed borders

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BBC: “A further 36,804 people in the UK have tested positive for coronavirus and there were 691 deaths within 28 days of a positive test, according to Tuesday's government figures.  It is the largest daily number of cases recorded yet, though it is thought the infection rate was higher during the first peak in spring when testing was much more limited.”

Here’s the BBC today, reflecting on the fact that the infection rate was higher in the Spring.

So, when the ONS tells us 850,000 people were infected in a week in November but there were a third of the deaths of the worst week in April, we may have had 2.5 million cases in one week in March!

Although, of course, the BBC doesn’t follow the thread.

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I posted last week about my mates mum.Here's the latest.

 

Spoke to the doc today. They’ve not ruled out covid despite the neg tests. Her infection levels are coming down slowly but not great despite the iv antibiotics. She’s still 60% o2 dependant. She’s stable but not really improving. They’re going to try to reduce her o2 dependency but if they can’t she’s idioted basically. She wouldn’t survive icu according to the doc 
 
 
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My daughter works for Cog-UK (the National Covid genome agency) and has just become the fifth member of our family to have tested positive for Covid, all of them under 26.

Strangely none of the parents living with them has contracted it.

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As expected people are flooding into York (Tier Two) from Tier Three areas drinking irresponsibly in the local bars. I can see Tier Four becoming national in the near future...if not before the New Year.

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4 minutes ago, steve roberts said:

As expected people are flooding into York (Tier Two) from Tier Three areas drinking irresponsibly in the local bars. I can see Tier Four becoming national in the near future...if not before the New Year.

That is the reason they didn't want regional differences in Germany this time. Last time because shops were closed in one area, people just travelled to where they were open and they were packed. Plus families, rather than one person were touring DIY shops for something to do !!!

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6 minutes ago, iris123 said:

That is the reason they didn't want regional differences in Germany this time. Last time because shops were closed in one area, people just travelled to where they were open and they were packed. Plus families, rather than one person were touring DIY shops for something to do !!!

There was a classic example at Staithes (recently featured on "Gone Fishing") on the North Yorkshire coast when different areas of the village were in different tiers!

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