Data for 2nd to 15th June 2021

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Hello Friends! 🌱🌱🌱

 

For clarity, all today’s stats come from Government stats at https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-daily-data-for-scotland/

 

Data:

 

Date New +ve tests (%change from previous day New tests NHS tests Community Tests % positive +ve tests inc repeats (% +ve)
2/6 677 (⇧42%) 26,258 16,881 9,377 2.6 735 (2.8%)
3/6 835 (⇧23%) 31,841 19,381 12,460 2.6 900 (2.8%)
4/6 992 (⇧19%) 26,962 14,335 12,627 3.7 1,040 (3.9%)
5/6 860 (⇩13%) 27,436 12,478 14,958 3.1 931 (3.4%)
6/6 775 (⇩10%) 20,675 6,248 14,427 3.7 821 (4.0%)
7/6 641 (⇩17%) 16,192 5,936 10,256 4.0 688 (4.2%)
8/6 695 (⇧8.4%) 14,873 6,630 8,243 4.7 743 (5.0%)
9/6 1,011 (⇧45%) 36,227 21,909 14,318 2.8 1,084 (3.0%)
10/6 735 (⇩27%) 28,379 19,523 8,856 2.6 786 (2.8%)
11/6 1,104 (⇧50%) 28,563 15,515 13,048 3.9 1,172 (4.1%)
12/6 1,030 (⇩6.7%) 26,650 12,482 14,168 3.9 1,104 (4.1%)
13/6 1,036 (⇧0.58%) 22,856 5,216 17,640 4.5 1,137 (5.0%)
14/6 761 (⇩27%) 15,781 5,779 10,002 4.8 814 (5.2%)
15/6 974 (⇧28%) 20,761 10,507 10,254 4.7 1,040 (5.0%)

 

Date Newly tested individuals reported
2/6 5761
3/6 6663
4/6 6710
5/6 6394
6/6 6399
7/6 4804
8/6 4686
9/6 -3344
10/6 5454
11/6 6846
12/6 6503
13/6 6682
14/6 4736
15/6 5708

 

Local positive tests numbers from previous 24 hours:

Date 2/6 3/6 4/6 5/6 6/6 7/6 8/6 9/6 10/6 11/6 12/6 13/6 14/6 15/6
Ayrshire & Arran 70 100 84 64 65 50 47 125 52 82 126 111 78 91
Borders 3 0 13 6 6 5 4 6 5 18 15 24 5 5
Dumfries & Galloway 0 1 4 6 6 16 4 8 5 16 14 3 6 7
Fife 17 27 52 32 20 23 29 32 21 46 41 48 20 30
Forth Valley 51 38 43 54 34 24 16 32 31 40 31 36 26 57
Grampian 21 22 28 21 31 24 24 27 17 58 32 60 30 43
Greater Glasgow & Clyde 195 223 304 241 219 180 212 268 205 318 233 248 198 277
Highland 17 17 14 10 12 5 6 13 12 9 6 18 12 8
Lanarkshire 86 86 89 96 71 68 103 117 51 158 89 107 93 128
Lothian 160 227 213 201 215 157 157 241 217 241 297 230 210 210
Orkney 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Shetland 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tayside 56 93 144 128 96 89 93 142 119 118 145 151 82 118
Western Isles 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0

 

Hospitals etc

 

Date Deaths ITU with +ve test ITU patients over 28 days Hospital Occupancy

(%age of delayed discharges)

Delayed in hospital
2/6 1 10 3 114 (10%) 1129
3/6 4 8 2 110 (9.7%) 1129
4/6 2 8 2 116 (10%) 1129
5/6 1 8 2 111 (9.8%) 1129
6/6 0 10 2 112 (9.9%) 1129
7/6 0 12 1 122 (11%) 1129
8/6 0 12 1 121 (11%)  1129
9/6 1 15 1 124 (11%) 1124
10/6 1 14 1 124 (11%) 1124
11/6 0 13 1 132 (12%) 1124
12/6 2 14 1 129 (11%) 1124
13/6 0 16 1 130 (12%) 1124
14/6 0 17 1 128 (11%) 1124
15/6 2 17 1 137 (12%) 1124

 

Vaccinations

Date Cumulative first doses Cumulative second doses Daily first dose Daily second dose
2/6 3,286,261 2,106,177 18971 30946
3/6 3,305,812 2,137,618 19551 31441
4/6 3,326,005 2,170,570 20193 32952
5/6 3,345,842 2,202,547 19837 31977
6/6 3,365,779 2,227,493 19937 24946
7/6 3,386,321 2,251,259 20542 23766
8/6 3,403,866 2,282,203 17545 30944
9/6 3,422,431 2,313,695 18565 31492
10/6 3,441,217 2,345,181 18786 31486
11/6 3,459,063 2,375,246 17845 30065
12/6 3,477,378 2,402,700 18315 27454
13/6 3,497,287 2,425,825 19909 23125
14/6 3,517,668 2,446,834 20381 21009
15/6 3,531,461 2,470,181 13793 23347

 

ONS Prevalence Survey

The ONS estimates 1 in 540 people had the coronavirus in the week 30th May to 5th June. This is higher than the previous week, where prevalence was 1 in 680.

 

Comment:

Graph 1 – ‘Cases’ are rising.

Graph 1

 

Graph 2 – Positivity is rising fast.

Graph 2

 

Graph 3 – The number of newly tested individuals has been rising steadily. Oddly enough, a negative number of newly tested individuals was reported on 9th June. I don’t know why.

Graph 3

 

Graph 4 – Hospital occupancy (patients with a positive covid test) is now at around 10% of the delayed discharge number. Deaths are at zero on average. But you can see that hospital occupancy and ITU occupancy still follow one another closely (2 different axes). But they have completely and utterly lost any relationship to positive tests.

Graph 4

 

Graph 5 – Daily positive percentage rates. Look at how these have risen and how the day on day rate is varying through the week compared to at other times.

Graph 5

Graph 6 – Ayrshire and Arran is approaching the same number of ‘cases’ now, in the summer, as was observed in January. This is quite remarkable. Glasgow’s very sudden rise now seems to be flattening.

Graph 6

Graph 7 – Lothian and Tayside are approaching winter levels as well.

Graph 7

 

Graph 8 – Not much going on in Fife and Forth Valley.

Graph 8

Graph 9  – As usual, nothing going on in Borders, D&G or Highland.

Graph 9

Graph 10 – Community testing is on the rise again.

Graph 10

 

Graph 11 – Hospital Occupancy. Greater Glasgow and Clyde has had greater occupancy recently and seems to be dropping off now. If a region does not appear, it’s because it has fewer than 5 patients in the whole region with a positive covid test. Golden Jubilee National Hospital is now appearing in the trace, so they must be using this hospital for covid patients.

Graph 11

 

Graph 12 – Vaccinations. Second doses still catching up with first doses so this tells us that fewer people are taking the first dose, and second doses look to be being taken up less often. Notice, the vaccines are not stopping cases rising; in fact, it looks the opposite.

Graph 12

Graph 13 – ONS Prevalence survey – after a huge rise in prevalence, followed by a small drop, there has been a small rise again. Why this rise occurred is a bit of a mystery, given the season and the fact that so many people have been vaccinated.

Graph 13

 

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Stay sane 🧠 Stay strong 💪

Christine x

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7 Comments

  • You are doing a fabulous job of keeping us sane. I know it can’t be easy doing all this with a family and dog and all the housework etc but I thank you for doing this and if I lived near you I’d bring you homemade baking every day xxx p.s I think they are using the emergency powers to roll out the vac to younger groups because if they have to extend the lockdown that means the emergency powers stay in place. They will not stop till every age group is given the vac

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    • Maybe you do live near me….. fingers crossed! 😜😘 Christine x

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  • Superb work once again Christine ! More specifically ”Notice, the vaccines are not stopping cases rising; in fact, it looks the opposite.” – We see this in almost every country with a vaccination rollout. I find the BELIEF with soctsgov and the mesmerized general public that somehow novel ”vaccines” are THE solution is extremely dangerous. I must admit with my biology experience i am awaiting Autumn with plenty of concern. Sweden you know that place that never really locked down now has less ”cases” per million population than UK. I don’t know but i suspect less than Scotland also. I’ve wrote dozens of high quality emails to MSP’s, the past year and not ONE reply. Quite abhorrent given they were fully referenced factual and scientific. Because i tell them lockdowns don’t work, masks don’t work, vaccines are over-rated, IFR covid now on par than seasonal flu, herd immunity is in fact not present according to ONS (80% antibodies) in adults, natural immunity exists (confirmed by NATURE) and is almost certainly life-long. All this good positive news is ignored in favour of for pseudo scientific BELIEF systems. And what’s this new term on NRS …post covid-19 ‘CONDITONS’ as contributory factor towards death. Anyway…..a truly depressing state of governance.

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  • Hi, I forwarded your letter about informed consent to my MSP Willie Rennie and MP Wendy Chamberlain. The reply I got from Wendy Chamberlains representative was quite something. I wondered if you had had any replies to your request for comments on it. I would like to forward the email I received to you if possible so you can see it…thanks again for your hard work.
    Rhoda Roberts

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  • On the assumption that ‘newly tested individuals’ means people who have never been tested before and there are several 1000 of those every day (excl 9th June). Would it be a fair assumption that they are encouraging lots of people to get tested for the first time (increased community testing) and are picking up minor remnants of virus from months ago and this is keeping case figures high but is clearly not leading to increase in hospital admissions as they are not sick now (and possibly never were)?

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    • I dont know who you are but you deserve recogntion for the truly good work you are doing, especially in supporting the few of us scots who can see through this whole plandemic. Stay strong and eventually the truth of this diabolical saga shall be exposed, unfortunately too late for the millions who prefer to believe without questioninh…many thanks from the bottom of my heart C

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  • I really appreciate all that you do. It’s amazing amount of work. I don’t mean to add to it but I was fascinated to know how the numbers compared to last year.
    I find it very bizarre that the cases are rising when it’s summer as cases were definately dropping by now last year and going down every day. Corona viruses don’t normally spread in the summer because vitamin D3 from the sun.

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