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Thursday, June 23rd, 2022, 9:11 am

British Hospitals Increasingly Overpopulated With COVID-19 Patients Again (and It’s Only Summer!)

Just like in Finland, the situation is slipping out of control and the media barely talks about it anymore. Here in the UK they increasingly hide the data from the public.

This summer is (thus far) more deadly than the summers of 2021 and 2020. More cases, more people in hospital, more deaths connected to COVID-19.

Here’s the ‘latest’ data. This data is one week behind, but we know based on another data set that the number is probably near 8,000 already (hospitalisations soared this past week):

16-06-2022 6,372
15-06-2022 6,200
14-06-2022 6,030
13-06-2022 5,918
12-06-2022 5,654
11-06-2022 5,478
10-06-2022 5,479
09-06-2022 5,285
08-06-2022 5,267
07-06-2022 5,282
06-06-2022 5,260 <—- The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022
05-06-2022 5,074
04-06-2022 4,922
03-06-2022 4,967
02-06-2022 4,948
01-06-2022 4,922

Partying for the ruling class in superspreader events was never a priority. Meanwhile people around me not only get infected but also reinfected. It takes a big toll on their health, in spite of a young age…

We have staffing shortages due to illnesses. Last night the CEO himself covered for a colleague (night shift).

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