I have had a number of people getting in touch to ask where on earth my latest update is! Sorry. It’s just been so busy. And I love you for being so eager to get a statistics update.
Here’s the latest on the stats. Some interesting stuff in here, but generally things are pretty steady.
Accompanying vlog on our new BitChute Channel Inform Scotland uploaded morning of 11th December.
Graph 1 shows how the sixth wave (?) appears to be levelling off, in terms of case numbers. Is this in fact our new baseline? (See very last graph)
Graph 2 shows what this sixth most recent wave has looked like compared to the previous ones – it’s different, don’t you think? The variation in positive rate day to day is varying much more widely than ever before, and to me, it looks very much like this is a new sort of baseline, and it’s almost as high as the January peak.
Graph 3 shows the extent of the delayed discharges problem – although it might be lessening. But you can also see how the covid problem compares to the number of patients in hospital for no clinical reason. Deaths just aren’t dropping in the way they should be.
Graph 4 shows hospital occupancy and how it compares to last year. We have had 231,151 covid patient hospital days in 2021, which gives a weekly rate of 4700. This compares rather unimpressively to 5075 per week in 2020. It’s not a huge improvement, is it?
Graph 5 shows deaths in 2021 compared to 2020. 4578 Covid deaths in 2020. 5110 in 2021. That’s 115 per week in 2020 and 105 in 2021.
Graph 6 mainly shows how many more positives we are getting now on a daily basis and yet less impact in hospitals. This is a very strong indicator the testing strategy is in fact not useful to us any more – at all. It’s just causing disruption and mayhem and picking up ‘cases’ we don’t need to know about.
Graph 7 shows how, unlike at other stages, even as the number of community tests has reduced, the positive percentage has remained elevated. This would seem to indicate, taking everything at face value that the virus is much more prevalent now than it has ever been before.
Graph 8 shows how daily tests conducted are almost doubled compared to last year – this is not good news. And the number of positives is relatively much higher. Since the summer, this graph has changed a lot, in terms of what it shows about the relationship between tests conducted and positives returned.
Graph 9 shows that ITU occupancy is low everywhere.
Graph 10 shows hospital covid occupancy variable – but dropped significantly in Glasgow.
Graph 11 shows first, second and third doses and how ‘cases’ have changed.
Graph 12 shows ‘cases’ plotted against first, second and third doses. I have noticed that recent ‘cases’ have followed third doses very closely.
I’d just like to remind you all that vaccinologists have said that variants will arise from the vaccines. That’s all.
Stay sane 🧠
Stay strong 💪
And remember I love you ❤