Data for 7th January 2021

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Hello Friends!

Today’s Data 7th January 2021:
2649 new +ve tests (⇧30% on yesterday)
26966 new tests reporting (⇧28%)
This is 10% positive percentage rate.

In total including repeat tests 3051 were +ve – a 11% rate.

9124 newly tested individuals reported (⇧31%).

Local data:
Greater Glasgow and Clyde 660,
Lothian 357,
Lanarkshire 389,
Tayside 209,
Grampian 302,
Ayrshire and Arran 183,
Fife 145,
Forth Valley 157,
Three island boards 6.

78 new reported deaths in those who have tested +ve (⇧10)
100 people in ITU with recently +ve test (⇧5 since yesterday)

1467 come through hospital with a recently positive test – through the 14 days prior to admission or having tested positive in hospital the last 28 days (⇧6%)

Comment:


Graph 1 – Positive tests have gone nuts! But they do appear to be flattening now.


Graph 2 – In the green line you can see that the new tests are still trending down (maybe very slowly) or at least flattening. More in Graph 3 though – the balance has changed in the two test channels. There is shown in the red line an absolutely huge rise in positivity – still rising, which is really concerning. The yellow line shows that the number of newly tested individuals remains very stable – eventually we will run out of new people to test, surely! The blue line shows the rise in positive cases in the context of the green and yellow lines. Still a really small ratio of the total tests performed.


Graph 3 – the number of NHS tests reported yesterday was the highest ever.


Graph 4 – ITU occupancy and Hospital Occupancy are continuing to rise, apparently in line with positive tests. I think the deaths count might be quite high over the next few days.


Graph 5 – Astonishingly (but not) positives have apparently peaked in all regions at one time.


Graph 6 – Just keeping on top of this graph. I think that we can’t trust it too much…. But it looks like positivity is flattening at least.

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