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Friday, June 10th, 2022, 10:00 am

COVID-19 in England: Testing Down to New Lows, But Cases and Hospitalisations Increase, Even in Summertime (Worst COVID Summer So Far)

We tested far more people a year ago.

COVID-19 tests down

A large proportion tests positive. Many are rushed to hospitals and some die.

COVID-19 cases and escalations

Patients admitted to hospital, first week of June:

2022

07-06-2022 577
06-06-2022 606
05-06-2022 531
04-06-2022 443
03-06-2022 404
02-06-2022 412
01-06-2022 480

2021

07-06-2021 131
06-06-2021 121
05-06-2021 96
04-06-2021 96
03-06-2021 93
02-06-2021 101
01-06-2021 115

2020

07-06-2020 323
06-06-2020 306
05-06-2020 380
04-06-2020 458
03-06-2020 491
02-06-2020 553
01-06-2020 522

So this summer we’re worse off than the same period in 2020.

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