Well, deaths were out today and I will update you.
Here is a quick bash through the stats before I finish off my family’s roast dinner tea before I go out to work 😇. I will put a video up too on YouTube.
Graph 2 – again, with the next wave – we are ramping up. Again, rising baseline. Imagine this! Imagine it! We are at the January peak.
Graph 3 – Deaths seem finally to be falling and hospital occupancy also, but slowly. Delayed discharges are consistently at this 50% higher than last year and this is terrible news for getting people through hospital. It seems that this has to be a problem at the care home end. Wonder why!
Graph 4 – hospital occupancy is lower than at this time last year, but judge for yourself how 2021 looks compared to 2020. What is interesting is how slowly the two autumn waves have waned. We are clearly coming out of the latest wave of hospital occupancy, but it is not looking convincing at all. In fact, recently, it has been rising. I heard the FM being praised that hospital occupancy is under 800. I didn’t realise that was the metric for success. 2020 covid patient days: 203033. 2021 covid patient days 215975. This is almost as bad a rate this year as last year. And in 2020 SARS-CoV-2 was arriving in a totally immune-naive population. In 2021 it is circulating in a population well exposed to the virus and 90% adult-vaccinated. THIS MAKES NO SENSE.
Graph 5 – Deaths are falling, almost in parallel with late 2020. Total deaths 2020, 4578. That’s about 115 per week for the time covid deaths were with us (from Week 13). This year we have had about 110 deaths per week. That’s 4841 in total. I am tired of watching this with this supposed saviour vaccine.
Graph 6 – this, I think, indicates a massive problem at the labs. Only thing I can think of. Anyone got any other explanation for the absurd variation in positive percentage returned day to day recently?
Graph 7 – this just shows how stubbornly high compared to previous times the number of positives reported is, even as tests conducted comes down. I think this could be indicative of a problem in the labs – as well as generally there being an absurd amount of virus around. Why can we not become immune to this virus?? Is anyone asking this question?
Graph 8 – again positivity up up up. I dunno! 😆
Graph 10 – hospital occupancy collapsing in Glasgow but climbing elsewhere.
Vaccines drag on etc etc
Stay tuned 📺
Stay sane 🧠
Stay strong 💪
And remember I love you. I really do. ❤