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Saturday, July 2nd, 2022, 3:31 am

COVID-19 Hospitalisations More Than TRIPLED During June; British Government: OK, Let’s Start Hiding the Data From the Public!

Hospitals filling up quickly

Hospitals filling up

In text: (Date, daily net gain, total sum)

29-06-2022 1,572 770,347
28-06-2022 1,454 768,775
27-06-2022 1,438 767,321
26-06-2022 1,276 765,883
25-06-2022 1,011 764,607
24-06-2022 1,072 763,596
23-06-2022 1,210 762,524
22-06-2022 1,133 761,314
21-06-2022 1,155 760,181
20-06-2022 1,055 759,026
19-06-2022 942 757,971
18-06-2022 797 757,029
17-06-2022 829 756,232
16-06-2022 822 755,403
15-06-2022 842 754,581
14-06-2022 763 753,739
13-06-2022 722 752,976
12-06-2022 659 752,254
11-06-2022 583 751,595
10-06-2022 589 751,012
09-06-2022 627 750,423
08-06-2022 664 749,796
07-06-2022 577 749,132
06-06-2022 606 748,555
05-06-2022 531 747,949
04-06-2022 443 747,418
03-06-2022 404 746,975
02-06-2022 412 746,571
01-06-2022 480 746,159

And what a timing to make these “very fine” announcements! See below [1, 2] (screenshots with full text as “alt” below, as these will be taken offline one day)

The Government?s Living with COVID-19 plan set out how the UK would transition from managing COVID-19 as an emergency response to living with the virus, whilst ensuring we retain the resilience and contingency capabilities to deal with the uncertainty around the future path of the pandemic. This transition is underpinned by the success of the UK?s vaccination programme, and a suite of available pharmaceutical tools for treating people who are most vulnerable or severely ill with COVID-19. Vaccination derived protection and treatments have changed the risks of COVID-19 and led a pathway to greater stability. As we move from pandemic to endemic, management of COVID-19 no longer requires the rapid deployment of specific interventions which respond to changing daily data, and wider public health measures and guidance provide an effective and proportionate approach. This makes it possible to manage COVID-19 in a similar way to other respiratory illnesses. COVID-19 will be managed through ongoing surveillance, vaccination programmes and strong public health messaging.

From Friday 1 July 2022, the COVID-19 Dashboard will move to weekly reporting. The last daily update of the Dashboard will be on Friday 1 July 2022. Weekly updates will be published every Wednesday at 4pm commencing on 6 July 2022. Daily data up to the most recent available will continue to be added in each weekly update. This will bring COVID-19 reporting in line with typical reporting schedules for other respiratory infections. This approach reflects the move from an emergency pandemic response to managing COVID-19 in line with the Government's Living with COVID strategy. This decision will be kept under review in the coming weeks.

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