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Thursday, August 4th, 2022, 3:01 am

July COVID-19 Hospitalisation Statistics Compared: 3,008 in 2020, 18,513 in 2021, 47,018 in 2022 (This Past Month 16 Times More Than First Year of Coronavirus Breakout)

From the latest (yesterday afternoon’s) NHS England figures:

2022

31-07-2022 1,138 (COVID-19 hospitalisations for the day)
30-07-2022 936
29-07-2022 996
28-07-2022 1,165
27-07-2022 1,197
26-07-2022 1,318
25-07-2022 1,345
24-07-2022 1,307
23-07-2022 1,139
22-07-2022 1,231
21-07-2022 1,550
20-07-2022 1,715
19-07-2022 1,834
18-07-2022 1,754
17-07-2022 1,694
16-07-2022 1,373
15-07-2022 1,487
14-07-2022 1,839
13-07-2022 1,946
12-07-2022 1,945
11-07-2022 2,005
10-07-2022 1,889
09-07-2022 1,601
08-07-2022 1,696
07-07-2022 1,967
06-07-2022 1,945
05-07-2022 1,926
04-07-2022 1,911
03-07-2022 1,795
02-07-2022 1,374
01-07-2022 1,326

Total: 47,018

2021

31-07-2021 593
30-07-2021 650
29-07-2021 758
28-07-2021 728
27-07-2021 816
26-07-2021 830
25-07-2021 836
24-07-2021 734
23-07-2021 725
22-07-2021 827
21-07-2021 783
20-07-2021 805
19-07-2021 752
18-07-2021 698
17-07-2021 622
16-07-2021 593
15-07-2021 658
14-07-2021 636
13-07-2021 621
12-07-2021 610
11-07-2021 502
10-07-2021 442
09-07-2021 451
08-07-2021 488
07-07-2021 461
06-07-2021 458
05-07-2021 416
04-07-2021 390
03-07-2021 323
02-07-2021 307
01-07-2021 295

Total: 18,513

2020

31-07-2020 55
30-07-2020 75
29-07-2020 63
28-07-2020 69
27-07-2020 82
26-07-2020 64
25-07-2020 65
24-07-2020 93
23-07-2020 109
22-07-2020 82
21-07-2020 79
20-07-2020 86
19-07-2020 72
18-07-2020 48
17-07-2020 83
16-07-2020 114
15-07-2020 116
14-07-2020 122
13-07-2020 137
12-07-2020 72
11-07-2020 97
10-07-2020 104
09-07-2020 136
08-07-2020 141
07-07-2020 148
06-07-2020 150
05-07-2020 131
04-07-2020 120
03-07-2020 146
02-07-2020 149
01-07-2020 201

Total: 3,008

To put things in perspective, on 11-07-2022 no less than 2,005 people were admitted to hospital with COVID-19, compared to 3,008 in the whole of July 2020.

Infection is not without long-term harm.

In the news (NIH):

Small NIH study reveals how immune response triggered by COVID-19 may damage the brain

A study from the National Institutes of Health describes the immune response triggered by COVID-19 infection that damages the brain’s blood vessels and may lead to short- and long-term neurological symptoms. In a study published in Brain, researchers from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) examined brain changes in nine people who died suddenly after contracting the virus.

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